The federal reserve (the fed) sets the reserve requirement, which banks must meet through deposits at the fed and cash held at the bank. what do these requirements achieve? check all that apply. a. they ensure that banks cannot hoard money by holding too many reserves. b. they help to prevent runs by reassuring the public that banks will not make too many loans and run out of cash. c.they help to faciltate transfers of funds between banks when a customer from one bank writes a check to a customer of another. d. they mean that a bank must have one dollar of deposits for every dollar it loans. I personally think it's b and c Any thoughts guys?