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Distinguish between measuring assets based on current cost and historical cost.

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Historical cost refers to the original cost of the item at the time of its purchase. It is also the asset's purchasing or constructed value after deducting accumulated depreciation.

Current cost refers to the amount to be paid if the asset is purchased today or the amount which it cann be currently sold in the market.

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