Chapter 10

Exercise 10-1

Rizio Co. purchases a machine for \$12,500, terms 2/10, n/60, FOB shipping point. The seller prepaid the \$360 freight charges, adding the amount to the invoice and bringing its total to \$12,860. The machine requires special steel mounting and power connections costing \$895. Another \$475 is paid to assemble the machine and get it into operation. In moving the machine to its steel mounting, \$180 in damages occurred. Materials costing \$40 are used in adjusting the machine to produce a satisfactory product. The adjustments are normal for this machine and are not the result of the damages. Compute the cost recorded for this machine. (Rizio pays for this machine within the cash discount period.)

Exercise 10-2

Cala Manufacturing purchases a large lot on which an old building is located as part of its plans to build a new plant. The negotiated purchase price is \$280,000 for the lot plus \$110,000 for the old building. The company pays \$33,500 to tear down the old building and \$47,000 to fill and level the lot. It also pays a total of \$1,540,000 in construction costsâ€”this amount consists of \$1,452,200 for the new building and \$87,800 for lighting and paving a parking area next to the building. Prepare a single journal entry to record these costs incurred by Cala, all of which are paid in cash.

Exercise 10-3

Rodriguez Company pays \$375,280 for real estate plus \$20,100 in closing costs. The real estate consists of land appraised at \$157,040; land improvements appraised at \$58,890; and a building appraised at \$176,670. Allocate the total cost among the three purchased assets and prepare the journal entry to record the purchase.

Exercise 10-4

Ramirez Company installs a computerized manufacturing machine in its factory at the beginning of the year at a cost of \$43,500. The machine's useful life is estimated at 10 years, or 385,000 units of product, with a \$5,000 salvage value. During its second year, the machine produces 32,500 units of product. Determine the machine's second-year depreciation under the straight-line method.

Exercise 10-5

Ramirez Company installs a computerized manufacturing machine in its factory at the beginning of the year at a cost of \$43,500. The machine's useful life is estimated at 10 years, or 385,000 units of product, with a \$5,000 salvage value. During its second year, the machine produces 32,500 units of product. Determine the machine's second-year depreciation using the units-of-production method.

Exercise 10-6

Ramirez Company installs a computerized manufacturing machine in its factory at the beginning of the year at a cost of \$43,500. The machine's useful life is estimated at 10 years, or 385,000 units of product, with a \$5,000 salvage value. During its second year, the machine produces 32,500 units of product. Determine the machine's second-year depreciation using the double-declining-balance method.

Exercise 10-7

In early January 2015, NewTech purchases computer equipment for \$154,000 to use in operating activities for the next four years. It estimates the equipment's salvage value at \$25,000. Prepare a table showing depreciation and book value for each of the four years assuming straight-line depreciation.

Exercise 10-11

On April 1, 2014, Cyclone's Backhoe Co. purchases a trencher for \$280,000. The machine is expected to last five years and have a salvage value of \$40,000. Compute depreciation expense for both 2014 and 2015 assuming the company uses the straight-line method.

Exercise 10-16

Diaz Company owns a milling machine that cost \$250,000 and has accumulated depreciation of \$182,000. Prepare the entry to record the disposal of the milling machine on January 3 under each of the following independent situations.

1. The machine needed extensive repairs, and it was not worth repairing. Diaz disposed of the machine, receiving nothing in return.
1. Diaz sold the machine for \$35,000 cash.
1. Diaz sold the machine for \$68,000 cash.
1. Diaz sold the machine for \$80,000 cash.

Exercise 10-18

On April 2, 2015, Montana Mining Co. pays \$3,721,000 for an ore deposit containing 1,525,000 tons. The company installs machinery in the mine costing \$213,500, with an estimated seven-year life and no salvage value. The machinery will be abandoned when the ore is completely mined. Montana begins mining on May 1, 2015, and mines and sells 166,200 tons of ore during the remaining eight months of 2015. Prepare the December 31, 2015, entries to record both the ore deposit depletion and the mining machinery depreciation. Mining machinery depreciation should be in proportion to the mine's depletion.