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1 value, also called residual value or scrap value, is an estimate of the asset's value at the end of its benefit period. ~ Your answer is correct! Read about this Leftover Useful Obsolescence

2 The correct answer is shown The factors necessary to compute depreciation include (costjselling price/market value)cost, salvage value and useful life. ~ Your answer is correct! Reed about lhis

3 When considering the sale of a plant asset, match the following outcomes to the appropriate situations. ~ Your answer is correct! L ~ Book value > selling price I ~ Book value &It; selling price ~ Book value =selling price c-:i Loss on sale of asset c-:i Gain on sale of asset c-:i No gain or loss recognized Read about lhls ) l ]

4 On January 3, ATA Company purchases a copy machine for \$11,500. The machine is expected to last five years and have a salvage value of \$1,500. Compute depreciation expense for the first year, assuming the company uses the straight-line method.../your answer is correct! M Read about 1hls \$2,300 * \$2,000 \$2,600

5 The correct answer Is shown The useful life (also called service life) is the length of time the asset is productively used in a company's operations. V Your answer is correct! M Read about thls

7 A delivery van that cost \$45,000 with accumulated depreciation of \$15,000 Is sold for \$20,000. How much gain or loss will be recognized on this sale? V Your answer Is correct! \$10,000 gain \$20,000 loss \$15,000 gain \$5,000 loss \$20,000 gain fl \$10,000 loss

8 A company owns an asset that Is fully depreciated. The asset is no longer being used in operations and has no market value. The company has decided to the asset by recording an entry to remove it from the balance sheet. ~ Your answer is correct! fl discard depreciate M Read about this take a loss on

10 A company sells a machine that cost \$7,000 for \$500 cash. The machine had \$6,500 accumulated depreciation. The entry to record this transaction wlll Include which of the following entries? (Check all that apply.) V Your answer Is correct! Debit to Machinery for \$7,ooo. Credit to Gash for \$500. Debit to Loss on Sale of Machinery for \$500. Credit to Gain on Sale of Machinery for \$500. e.s,: 'I

12 Brice Co. purchases land in order to drill oil. This land would be classified as a{n) on the balance sheet. ~ Your answer is correct! l!!j Reed about this plant asset intangible asset current asset f i natural resource

13 Ironworks Co. sells a machine that cost \$5,000 with a current book value of \$1,500 for \$2,000 cash. Ironworks will record a debit to which account and for how much? ~ Your answer is correct! M Read about this Accumulated Depreciation - Equipment for \$:ll,500 Equipment for \$5,000 Equipment for \$3,500 Accumulated Depreciation - Equipment for \$3,500

14 Prive Co. purchases a machine that cost \$15,000. Prive estimates a 5-year life with no salvage value. The first three years of depreciation expense are \$6,000; \$3,600; and \$2,160, respectively. Based on this information, Prive is using the depreciation method. ~ Your answer is correct! Raad about 1his straight-line f 1 declining-balance units-of-production

15 On December 31, Briar Co. disposed of a piece of equipment that cost \$6,000 with accumulated depreciation of \$4,500. The entry to record this disposal would include a debit to which account and for how much? -./Your answer is correct! Read about this Depreciation Expense - Equipment for \$1,500 if! Loss on Disposal of Equipment for \$1,500 Accumulated Depreciation for \$6,000 Equipment for \$6,000

16 The method of depreciation that charges a varyinig amount to depreciation expense for each period of an asset's useful life depending on Its usage is called the method.../your answer is correct! Read about t111s straight-line MACRS I' units-of-production declining-balance

17 The correct answer Is shown Accumulated depreciation is a contra asset account (one that is linked with the plant asset account, but has an opposite normal balance) and is reported on the balance sheet. V' Your answer is correct! Read about lhis

18 Determine which of the following expenses are considered revenue expenditures related to a company vehicle. (Check all that apply.)../your answer is correct! Read about t111s Installation of special equipment Engine overhaul

19 The correct answer Is shown (Capital/Revenue)Capital expenditures are additional costs of plant assets that provide benefits extending beyond the current period, such as a plant expansion, or machine overhaul...; Your answer is correct! M Read about lhis

20 Consistent with the principle, plant assets should be recorded at cost, which includes all the normal and reasonable expenditures necessary to get the asset in place and ready for its intended use. ~ Your answer is correct! Read about this monetary unit plant asset fl cost full disclosure

21 The cost at which a company records purchases of machinery and equipment should include which of the following? {Check all that apply.) -./Your answer is correct! Read about 1hls

23 The correct answer Is shown (Plant;Current)Plant assets purchased as a group in a single transaction for a lump-sum price (also called a lump-sum, group, bulk, or basket purchase) are allocated the purchase price based on their relative market values. ~ Your answer is correct! l!j Reed about this

24 On October 30, Cleo Co. purchased a machine for \$26,000 and estimates it will use the machine for four-years wlth a \$2,000 salvage value. Using the straight-line depreciation method, compute the machine's first year partial depreciation expense for October 30 through December 31. ~ Your answer is correct! Reed about tills \$6,000 * \$1,000 \$1,500 \$3,000

26 The correct answer Is shown Geo Co. purchased a building for \$400,000. In addition, Geo paid \$35,000 closing fees (including brokerage, title, and attorney fees). Geo also paid \$60,000 to modify the building, changing the layout specifically for Geo's needs. Geo should record the building at \$ ~ Your answer is correct! M Read about this \$400,00035 QQQ60,000F\$495,006

27 The correct answer Is shown Land improvements are assets that Increase the benefits of land, have a limited useful life, and are depreciated-such as sidewalks and fences. ~ Your answer is correct! Reed about lhls

28 The correct answer is shown Book value can be calculated by taking an asset's acquisition costs less its accumulated depreciation.../your answer is correotl l!!j Rtllld about tlllll

29 At the beginning of the year, Jobs Co. owned one piece of office equipment, a copier. The copier was purchased two years ago for \$12,000. At the beginning of the year, the balance in accumulated depreciation was \$4,000. Jobs uses stra ight-line depreciation of \$2,000 per year with a zero salvage value. How much is accumulated depreciation at the end of the year? 'ii' Your answer Is correct! L!J Reed about U1ll \$10,000 \$2,000 \$4,000 0 \$6,000 \$12,000 \$8,000

30 Trio Co. reported that maintenance and repair costs are expensed as incurred. If Trio's current year machinery and equipment repair costs are \$8,200, which accounts would be Impacted to complete the journal entry? (Check all that apply.) ~ Your answer is correct! l!!j Read ebout tills Credit Repairs expense. Q Debit Repairs expense. Credit Machinery & equipment Debit Machinery & equipment N Credit Gash. Debit Cash.

31 The correct answer Is shown The process of allocating the cost of a natural resource to a period when it is consumed requires a debit entry to the Depletion Expense account. V' Your answer is correct! M Read about this

32 Seven Co. owns a coal mine with an estimated 1,000,000 tons of available coal. It was purchased for \$300,000 and has \$50,000 salvage value. During the current period, Seven mined and sold 200,000 tons of coal. Depletion expense for the period will be how much? <./Your answer is correct! Readaboutlhis \$30,000 \$60,000 if* \$50,000

33 are expenditures that make a plant asset more efficient or productive, but do not always increase an asset's useful life. ~ Your answer is correct! Read about this Revenue expenditures Ordinary repairs Extraordinary repairs f i Betterments

34 Ion Co. purchased land for \$190,000. Ion also paid \$5,000 in brokerage fees, \$1,000 in legal fees, and \$500 in title costs. Ion should record the cost of this land to be:../your answer is correct! Reed about this,.\$196,500 \$190,000 \$195,500 \$196,000 \$195,000

35 A patent was purchased for \$20,000 and expected to be used for the 20-year life with no salvage value. The entry to expense the patent during the second year of life will include which of the following entries? (Check all that apply.) ~ Your answer is correct! Read about 11>1s Debit to Accumulated Amortization \$1,000. Credit to Amortization Expense \$1,000.

36 Zion Co. paid cash for an upgrade to an existing machine that would reduce the amount of waste produced by the machine (and therefore, Increasing efficiency). The journal entry to record this upgrade would Include which of the following entries? (Check all that apply.) ~ Your answer is correct! Q Debit to Machinery t!!j Road about this Debit to Repair & Maintenance Expense Credit to Repair & Maintenance Expense Credit to Machinery A Credit to Gash Debit to Cash

37 The correct answer is shown Grand Co. trades in an old machine for a new machine. The new machine has a list price of \$10,000. The old machine has a cost of \$12,000, and accumulated depreciation of \$9,000. In addition, Grand will pay \$6,000 towards the purchase. Because the new machine is much more technologically advanced, the exchange has commercial substance. The trade will i11clude a (gain/loss) gain of \$ /Your answer is correct! Reed about this

38 To calculate depletion expense, first determine the depletion per unit. Depletion per unit can be calculated by taking (cost vtotal units of capacity. ~ Your answer is correct! M Readebout1h19 + operating expenses operating expenses salvage value +salvage value

39 Diamond Co. paid cash to overhaul a forklift, which extended the life of the forklift for an additional four years. The entry to record this purchase would include a debit to the account. ~ Your answer is correct! Read about this Repairs & Maintenance Expense f i Equipment Depreciation Expense - Equipment Cash

40 If an intangible asset has a limited life, its cost is systematically allocated to expense over its useful life through the process of:../your answer is correct! f i amortization Read about t111s depreciation depletion impairment

41 are expenditures that extend the assets useful life beyond its original estimate. V Your answer is correct! Read about tllis Revenue expenditures f i Extraordinary repairs Betterments Ordinary repairs

42 are expenditures that keep an asset in normal, good operating condition. They are necessary if an asset is to perform to expectations over its useful life. ~ Your answer is correct! Read about 11\is Betterments Capital repairs

43 Keva Co. trades in a vehicle with an original cost of \$20,000 and accumulated depreciation of \$18,000. The list price of the new vehicle is \$25,000. In addition to the old vehicle, Keva also provides \$24,000 cash. The ent/y to record this transaction would include debits to which of the following accounts? (Check all that apply.) ""Your answer is correct! L!!!J Rl!ed about Ihle Q Vehicles for \$25,000 Loss on Exchange of Vehicles for \$1,000 Book value fs \$20,000-\$1.8,000=\$1!,000. Asset received = \$25,000 - assets gjvem \$2,000 book -value+ \$24,000 = \$2.6,000. Loss= \$25,000-26,000 ~ \$1,000. Cash for \$24,000 Gain on Exchange of Vehicles for \$1,000 +,! :.w

44 An oil company recognizes the cost of discovering and operating oil wells by recording expense for each unit of oil used. ~ Your answer is correct! Read about this operating fi depletion depreciation amortization

45 The correct answer Is shown Goodwill is the amount by which a company's value exceeds the value of its individual assets and liabilities. It is recorded as an intangible asset, but is not amortized. V Your answer is correct! M Read about thls

46 Which of the following items related to depreciating equipment would be found on a company's income statement? ~ Your answer is correct! Read about this Accumulated Depreciation - Equipment Equipment Net Book Value

48 Bina Co. purchased a vehicle on January 1st, for \$15,000 and estimates it will use the vehicle for eight years with a \$3,000 salvage value. Using the double declining-balance depreciation method, compute the vehicle's second year depreciation expense. ~ Your answer is correct! Reed about this \$3,000.00,. \$2, \$2, \$3,750.00

50 is measured as the excess of the cost of an acquired entity over the value of the acquired net assets.../your answer is correct! Raad about 1his Patent Leasehold Copyright

51 The correct answer Is shown A company acquires a patent for \$20,000 to manufacture and sell an item. The company intends to hold the patent for 5 years. Amortization for the first year will be recorded with a debit to Amortization Expense for \$4000. ~ Your answer is correct! Read about this

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