Question: In the JC Crawford example capital expenditures CAPEX are estimated

In the JC Crawford example, capital expenditures (CAPEX) are estimated using projected balances for net property, plant, and equipment (net PPE), which and equipment (net PPE),which is determined by the firm’s projected sales. In 2016, the estimated ending balance for net PPE is projected to be $ 440,000, which represents an increase of $ 40,000 over the ending balance for 2015. However, CAPEX for 2016 is estimated to be $ 80,000. Why is the change in net PPE not equal to CAPEX?

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