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You are given the following information for O'Hara Marine Co.: sales = $76,240; costs = $35,310; addition to retained earnings = $9,600; dividends paid = $8,730; interest expense = $2,640; tax rate = 24 percent. Calculate the depreciation expense. (Do not round intermediate calculations.)

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