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Textbook Problem

Depreciation methods that assume an asset depreciates more in the early years of its useful life are known as ______ depreciation. (17-2)

To determine

To fill: The blank in the statement ‘Depreciation methods that assume an asset depreciates more in the early years of its useful life are known as _____ depreciation.’

Explanation

The sum-of-the-years’ digits and the declining- balance methods are the two methods that fall into the category of accelerated depreciation.

These methods assume that there is more depreciation in the early years in the asset as compared to the later years...

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