Quiz 60: Straight Line Method of Depreciation

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Straight line depreciation is one method of calculating the depreciation expense on long term assets such as property, plant, and equipment.

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1. What is the depreciation expense using the straight line method on a asset costing 10,000 if it has a useful life of 4 years and a salvage value of 2,000?
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2. If an asset has a useful life of 4 years, what is the annual straight line depreciation rate?
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3. What is the depreciation expense using the straight line method on a asset costing 15,000 if it has a useful life of 5 years and a salvage value of 3,000?
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4. If the annual depreciation expense using the straight line method is 1,500 and the asset has a cost of 8,000 and a useful life of 3 years, what is the salvage value of the asset?
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5. If an asset has a cost of 6,000, a salvage value of 1,500, and the annual straight line method depreciation expense is 1,125, what is the useful life of the asset?
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6. If the straight line method depreciation rate used on an asset is 5%, what is the expected useful life of the asset?
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7. Another name for salvage value is?
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8. Using the straight line method the depreciation expense each year is?
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9. If an asset has a cost of 12,000 and a salvage value of 3,000, what is the depreciable cost using the straight line method?
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10. If the depreciable cost of an asset is 16,000 and it has a useful life of 8 years, what is the annual depreciation expense?
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