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There was water damage to personal property in a home. The items damaged were originally priced at $4000. The items lose value by 11% per year. The items were four years old when they were damaged. The owner had actual cash value coverage with a deductible of $250.
How much will the insurance company pay the policy holder?

$4000
$1990
$250
$3600

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  1. 4000 * 0.89^4 - 250

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  2. Amt. Paid = 4000-4000*0.11*4-250 = $1990.

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  3. Go with henry2 - I forgot to use linear depreciation.

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