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A company's balance sheet shows total assets of $450,991, total current liabilities of $47,342, and total long-term liabilities of 150,509.Its total stockholder equity must be

A.$197,851
B. $253,140
C. $300,482
D. $450,991

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  1. Add the current and long-term liabilities. Subtract them from the assets.

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  2. Ms.Sue
    Thank you so much that is what I had down for my answer,but someone else was telling me I was wrong.

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  3. You're welcome.

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    posted by Ms. Sue

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