The straight-line method is one of
the most widely used methods of computing depreciation for financial statement
7.2-8 At the end of its useful life, an asset is
said to be fully depreciated.
7.2-9 The units-of production method depends
directly on the time the asset is used.
7.2-10 The three depreciation methods allocate different amounts
of depreciation to each period, but all result in the same total amount of
depreciation over the life of the asset.
7.2-11 Double -declining-balance depreciation computes total
depreciation by multiplying the asset’s book value by two times the
The process of allocating a plant
asset’s cost to expense over the period in which the asset is used is called:
7.2-13 Which accounting principle directs the
7.2-14 The length of service that a business expects to get from
an asset as expressed in years, units of output, miles or other measures is
process attempts to match the:
value of the asset and the future market value of the asset.
B. book value
and the current market value of the asset.
C. cost of
the asset and the cash required to replace the asset.
earned by the asset and the cost of the asset