## Answers

Double decline rate = 100/5*2 = 40%

a) Depreciation expense = 38500*40% = 15400

b) Gain (loss) = Sale value-Book value = 8730-(38500*60%*60%*60%) = 414

c) Journal entry

Cash | 8730 | ||

Accumulated depreciation-equipment | 30184 | ||

Gain on sale of equipment | 414 | ||

Equipment | 38500 |

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