# Revision of DepreciationEquipment with a cost of \$611,800 has an estimated residual value of \$55,600, has an estimated useful life of 18 years, and is depreciated by the straight-line method.a.  Determine the amount of the annual depreciation.\$b.  Determine the book value after 8 full years of use.\$c.  Assuming that at the start of the year 9 the remaining life is estimated to be 13 years and the residual value is estimated to be \$57,800, determine the depreciation expense for each of the remaining 13 years.\$

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Revision of Depreciation

Equipment with a cost of \$611,800 has an estimated residual value of \$55,600, has an estimated useful life of 18 years, and is depreciated by the straight-line method.

a.  Determine the amount of the annual depreciation.
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b.  Determine the book value after 8 full years of use.
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c.  Assuming that at the start of the year 9 the remaining life is estimated to be 13 years and the residual value is estimated to be \$57,800, determine the depreciation expense for each of the remaining 13 years.
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Step 1

a.

Determine the amount of the annual depreciation

Annual depreciation = (Equipment cost - Residual value)  Estimated useful life

Annual depreciation = (\$611,800 - \$55,600) / 18

Annual depreciation = \$30,900

Step 2

b.

Determine the book value after 8 full years of use

Book value after 8 full year of use = Equipment cost - (Number of years completed * Depreciation expense)

Book value after 8 full...

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