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Which of the following items should be accounted for as a capital expenditure?
a. The monthly rental cost of an office building
b. Costs incurred to repair leaks in a building’s roof
c. Maintenance fees paid with funds provided by the company’s capital
d. Taxes paid in conjunction with the purchase of office equipment

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