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In 2016, caterpillar inc. reported the following (in millions): current assets lont-term assets current liabilities total liabilities $31,967 $42,737 $26,132 $61,491 what amount did caterpillar report as equity in 2016? select one: a. $36,721 million b. $13,213 million c. $84,896 million d. $17,457 million e. none of the above

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