# adjusting entry depreciation

Asked Aug 5, 2012, 05:40 AM — 1 Answer
Accounting Help ( Depreciation)?
Buildings (cost) 200 000
Plant and Machinery (cost) 60 000
Motor Vehicles (cost) 68 000
Provision for depreciation of buildings 32000
Provision for depreciation of plant and machinery 34000
Provision for depreciation of motor vehicles 15000

(b) Provide for depreciation as follows:
 Buildings, 2% of book value
 Plant and machinery, 10% of cost  Motor Vehicles, 20% of cost

 paraclete Posts: 1,921, Reputation: 614 Ultra Member #2 Aug 5, 2012, 06:49 AM
so what do you calculations yield?

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