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The reducing balance method of depreciating non-current assets is more appropriate than the straight-line method when:
(A) there is no expected residual value for the asset
(B) the expected life of the asset is not capable of being estimated
(C) the asset is expected to be replaced in a short period of time
(D)the asset decreases in value less in later years than in the early years of use
I do not have answer. I think D. What is your opinion sir?
I would think D too.