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Compute the depreciation each year of a machine that costs $66,000 to purchase, and $4,000 to install with an 8-year life. Use the DDB method (multiplier = 2) switching to straight line depreciation when appropriate. Assume a salvage value of $0.

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Compute the depreciation each year of a machine that costs
$52,000 to purchase, and $4,000 to install with an 8-year life. Use
the DDB method (multiplier = 2) switching to straight line
depreciation when appropriate. Assume a salvage value of $0.
D1 =_____
D2 =_____
D3 =_____
D4 =_____
D5 =_____
D6 =_____
D7 =_____
D8 =_____

Compute the depreciation and book value each year of a machine
that costs $38,000 to purchase, $4,000 to install and $4,000 for
its freight with a 7-year life. Use the DDB method (multiplier 2)
switching to straight line depreciation if appropriate. Salvage
value is $3,000.
Depreciation
Amount
Book Value
D1 =
_______________
B1 = _________________
D2 =
_______________
B2 = _________________
D3 =
_______________
B3 = _________________
D4 =
_______________
B4 = _________________
D5 = ...

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of a 12-year depreciable life.

Synlex Inc. is considering the purchase of a new machine for
$600,000. It would cost $4,000 to
install the machine. It would necessitate an increase of net
working capital 120,000 at the initial time. It
will result in an increase of sales revenue by
$210,000 and an increase of maintenance cost by
$40,000 per year. The machine has
an expected life of 10 years, after which it will
have salvage value of $50,000. Assume
straight-line depreciation and the machine is...

Synlex Inc. is considering the purchase of a new machine for
$600,000. It would cost $4,000 to install the machine. It would
necessitate an increase of net working capital 120,000 at the
initial time. It will result in an increase of sales revenue by
$210,000 and an increase of maintenance cost by $40,000 per year.
The machine has an expected life of 10 years, after which it will
have salvage value of $50,000. Assume straight-line depreciation
and the machine is...

Problem 8-2A Depreciation methods LO P1
A machine costing $215,200 with a fouryear life and an
estimated $20,000 salvage value is installed in Luther Company’s
factory on January 1. The factory manager estimates the machine
will produce 488,000 units of product during its life. It actually
produces the following units: 121,700 in 1st year, 123,800 in 2nd
year, 120,900 in 3rd year, 131,600 in 4th year. The total number of
units produced by the end of year 4 exceeds the...

A machine costing $215,000 with a four-year life and an
estimated $19,000 salvage value is installed in Luther Company’s
factory on January 1. The factory manager estimates the machine
will produce 490,000 units of product during its life. It actually
produces the following units: 121,500 in 1st year, 122,900 in 2nd
year, 120,900 in 3rd year, 134,700 in 4th year. The total number of
units produced by the end of year 4 exceeds the original
estimate—this difference was not predicted....

What is the depreciation in year three using
Double Declining Balance switching to Straight Line for the
following.
The equipment has an initial cost of $350,000, delivery charges
of $10,000 and installation costs of $5,000. The ongoing
maintenance cost will be $4,000/year. The equipment will have an 8
year life and a salvage value of $50,000.

Oprian Company uses straight line depreciation for a machine
costing $47,300. When it was purchased, the company estimated that
it would have a useful life of 7 years and a salvage value of
$5,000. At the start of the fourth year, the company has revised
its estimates. The machine will last an additional 5 years and the
salvage value will be only $4,000. Compute the machine's book value
at the end of its third year and the amount of depreciation...

A digitally controlled plane for manufacturing furniture
is purchased on April 1 by La-Z-boy for $66,000. It is expected to
last 12 years and have a salvage value of $5,000.
Using the information above answer questions A-C
below:
A. Using the Declining Balance method (DB), what is the
depreciation write-off for year 4 (d4)?
A.
$10,300
B. $
8,300
C.
$ 6,700
D.
$ 5,400
B. Using the Double Declining Balance method (DDB), what
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