When a problem arises about an entity's continued existence, the auditor should consider factors tending to mitigate the significance of negative information concerning the entity's means for maintaining adequate cash flow. An ex of such a factor is the :
A. Possibility of purchasing certain assets rather than leasing them.
B. Capability of extending the due dates of existing debt.
C. Appropriateness of changing depreciation methods from double declining balance to straight line.
D. Marketability of property and equipment that management plans to keep.