Matching principle, Accounting Basics

Which accounting policies demonstrate the matching principle? 

1 charging depreciation on non-current assets
2 revaluing non-current assets on a irregular basis
3 using the reducing balance method of depreciation
 
A  1, 2 and 3
B  1 and 2 only
C  1 and 3 only
D  2 and 3 only

please answer this question.

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