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Textbook Problem

Complete the following as they relate to the units-of-production method of depreciation. Round answers to the nearest tenth of a cent

Salvage Units of Useful Depreciation
Asset Cost Value Life per Unit
11. Copier 3,900 0 160,000 copies

_____

To determine

To calculate: The depreciation per unit for copier using units-of-production method when the cost of copier is $3,900.

Explanation

Given Information:

The cost of copier is $3,900 and expected useful life of 160,000 copies. The salvage value of copier is $0.

Formula used:

The depreciation per unit is:

Depreciation per unit=CostSalvage valueUnits of useful life

Calculation:

Consider the cost of copier is $3,900 and expected useful life of 160,000 gallons. The salvage value of copier is $0

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