# math

: Cost of machine \$ 90,400 Residual value \$ 3,400 Useful life 5 years Estimated units machine will produce 100,000 Actual production: Year 1 Year 2 54,000 11,500 Use MACRS table. Depreciation Expense Method Year 1 Year 2 what is the Units of production Declining balance \$

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