What does the balance sheet look like after this transaction

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To meet any shortfall in the previous question, NewBank will borrow the cash in the federal funds market. Management decides to borrow the needed funds for the remainder of the month (now 29 days). The required yield on a discount basis is 2.9%.

What does the balance sheet look like after this transaction?

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