## Answers

a)

Depreciable cost | $30,400 |

Explanation:-

Cost of Equipment | $34,400 |

Less: salvage value | $4,000 |

Depreciable cost | $30,400 |

b)

Depreciation expense per year | $7,600 |

Explanation:-

Depreciable cost | $30,400 |

Divide: life of Equipment | 4 years |

Depreciation expense per year | $7,600 |

c)

Year | Depreciation expense | Accumulated depreciation | Net book value |

Acquisition cost | $34,400 | ||

2017 | $7,600 | $7,600 | $26,800 ($34,400 -$7,600) |

2018 | $7,600 | $15,200 | $19,200 ($26,800- $7,600) |

2019 | $7,600 | $22,800 | $11,600 ($19,200 -$7,600) |

2020 | $7,600 | $30,400 | $4,000 ($11,600 -$7,600) |

d)

Depreciation rate per unit | 0.152 |

Explanation:-

Depreciable cost | $30,400 |

Divide: Total production units | 2,00,000 |

Depreciation rate per unit | 0.152 |

e)

Year | Depreciation expense | Accumulated depreciation | Net book value |

Acquisition cost | $34,400 | ||

2017 | 45,000 × 0.152 = $6,840 | $6,840 | $27,560 ($34,400 -$6,840) |

2018 | 52,000 × 0.152 =$7,904 | $14,744 | $19,656 ($27,560- $7,904) |

2019 | 45,000 × 0.152 = $6,840 | $21,584 | $12,816 ($19,656 - $6,840) |

2020 | 58,000 × 0.152 = $8,816 | $30,400 | $4,000 ($12,816 -$8,816) |

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