linear depreciation

linear depreciation
Depreciation charges that, when plotted on a graph against time on the x-axis, result in a straight line, as a constant amount per annum is written off the assets concerned. Both the straight-line method of depreciation and the rate per unit of production method, when the depreciation charge is plotted against production levels, result in linear depreciation.

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