Determining Net Cash Flow from Investing ActivitiesDavis Inc. reported the following information: 12/31/201912/31/2018Equipment$ 220,000 $155,000 Accumulated depreciation(135,000) (115,200) Investment (long-term)20,200 12,000  In addition, Davis sold equipment costing $22,900 with accumulated depreciation of $18,150 for $3,500 cash, producing a $1,250 loss. Davis reported net income for 2019 of $122,350.Required:Compute net cash flow from investing activities. Use a minus sign to indicate negative cash flows (outflows).$

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Determining Net Cash Flow from Investing Activities

Davis Inc. reported the following information:

  12/31/2019 12/31/2018
Equipment $ 220,000   $155,000  
Accumulated depreciation (135,000)   (115,200)  
Investment (long-term) 20,200   12,000  

 

In addition, Davis sold equipment costing $22,900 with accumulated depreciation of $18,150 for $3,500 cash, producing a $1,250 loss. Davis reported net income for 2019 of $122,350.

Required:

Compute net cash flow from investing activities. Use a minus sign to indicate negative cash flows (outflows).
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