Assuming a current ratio of 1.00 and an acid-test ratio of 0.75, how will the purchase of inventory with cash affect each ratio? a. Increase the current ratio and increase the acid-test ratio.b. No change to the current ratio and decrease the acid-test ratio.c. Decrease the current ratio and decrease the acid-test ratio.d. Increase the current ratio and decrease the acid-test ratio.

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Assuming a current ratio of 1.00 and an acid-test ratio of 0.75, how will the purchase of inventory with cash affect each ratio?
a. Increase the current ratio and increase the acid-test ratio.
b. No change to the current ratio and decrease the acid-test ratio.
c. Decrease the current ratio and decrease the acid-test ratio.
d. Increase the current ratio and decrease the acid-test ratio.

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