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Consider two banks: Bank A and Bank B. Suppose the value of liabilities of both the banks is equal. However, Bank A is solvent, while Bank B is insolvent. This would imply that ________.

▸ Bank B's assets exceed Bank B's liabilities

▸ Bank A's liabilities exceed Bank A's assets

▸ Bank B's assets exceed Bank A's assets

▸ Bank A's assets exceed Bank B's assets
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