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Pearson Company bought a machine on July 1, 2022. The machine cost $180,000 and had an expected salvage value of $0. The life of the machine was estimated to be 5 years. Pearson uses a December 31 year end.  The depreciation expense for 2023 using the double declining balance method of depreciation is

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$57,600
$36,000
$30,000
$50,600
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Depreciation refers to the amount of permanent loss in the value of an asset. It is reduction in the value of an asset which can be due to natural calamity, wear n tear, handling issues.

Under double-declining-balance method, the depreciation is charged at double the rate of depreciation calculated under straight-line method.

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Cost of the machine: $180,000

Useful life: 5 years

Rate of depreciation under double-declining-balance method is calculated as follows:

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Rate of depriciation =(100%/ useful life)× 2 = (100% / 5)× 2 = 20%× 2 = 40%

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Depreciation on machine for year 2022:

Cost of machine: $180,000

Time period: 6 mont...

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Depreciation = book value x depreciation rate x time period 40 6 = $180, 000× 100 12 = $36, 000

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