Using the straight-line method, what is the depreciation expense for a computer that cost $4,500, has a residual value of $700, and has a life of four years?

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Using the straight-line method, what is the depreciation expense for a computer that cost $4,500, has a residual value of $700, and has a life of four years?

arc length = 6.63311 ft.

step-by-step explanation:

the formula the arc measure is:

arc length s=2πr(c)/360

where:

c is the central angle of the arc in degrees

r is the radius of the arc

π is pi, approximately 3.142

using the above formula we get

s = [tex]\frac{19}{360} (2)(3.142)(20) = 6.63311[/tex]

thus we find that arc length of an arc for a circle of radius 20 feet and central angle 19 degrees is

6.63311 feet

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step-by-step explanation:

$950

Step-by-step explanation:

Depreciation = (Cost - Residual value) / Useful life

Cost = $4,500

Residual value = $700

Useful life = 4 years

Depreciation = (4500 - 700) / 4

Depreciation = $950

1 st year= 4500

depreciation=700

after dep. 3800

because of straight line method value will be same