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A company owns office cars worth a total \$587,000.The cars are depreciated by 12% of a year .For 10 year what is the expected value of the cars at the end of 10 years ?

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y= 587,000(0.88)^x

so.. y= 587,000(0.88)^10

y=587000 x 0.278500976
y=163480.0729

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