Operating leases, Financial Accounting

Staples INC has operating leases. Assuming a discount rate of 9%, adjust the current balance sheet for the presences of these leases. Which reported expenses would change if these leases were capitalized and by how much? How would your assessment of the firm change in light of this change.
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