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A transaction caused a $15,000 decrease in both total assets
and total liabilities. This transaction could have been:
a. Purchase of a delivery truck for $15,000 cash.
b. An asset with a cost of $15,000 destroyed by fi re.
c. Repayment of a $15,000 bank loan.
d. Collection of a $15,000 account receivable.

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