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Business, 03.12.2019 05:50

When forecasting fixed asset​ requirements, the projected fixed asset balance will
a. always increase proportionally with sales.
b. not increase proportionally if excess capacity exists.
c. not increase proportionally with sales if the existing level of fixed assets is sufficient to support current sales.
d. remain the same since the balance is fixed.

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