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Rent paid on 1 January for January to May is the rent paid in advance. Rent paid in advance is also an asset and cash paid is also an asset. Since one asset i.e cash is decreased and other asset i.e rent paid in advance is increased. Therefore, there is no change in asset. The assets would remain unchanged.

Correct answer: C.

Total assets would remain unchanged.

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