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Problem: 1/1/12 – Total assets = $150,000. 12/31/12 – Total assets = $200,000; 1/1/12 – Total Stockholders’ Equity = $100,000. 12/31/12 – Total Stockholders’ Equity = $125,000. Amount of change and direction for liabilities at 12/31/12? a. Decrease of $30,000 b. Decrease of 15,000 c. Increase of $25,000 d. Increase of $15,000

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1/1/12 – Total assets = $150,000. 12/31/12 – Total assets = $200,000;

1/1/12 – Total Stockholders’ Equity = $100,000. 12/31/12 – Total Stockholders’ Equity = $125,000. Amount of change and direction for liabilities at 12/31/12?

a. Decrease of $30,000

b. Decrease of 15,000

c. Increase of $25,000

d. Increase of $15,000

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