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1 Depreciation General Mathematics HSC Name: 1

2 HSC CAPACITY MATRIX GENERAL MATHEMATICS TOPIC: Financial Mathematics 6 Depreciation 2 weeks CONTENT CAPACITY BREAKDOWN! DONE IT!!!! GOT IT!!!!! ON MY WAY! WORKING ON IT! HELP!!!! 1. Modelling depreciation by appropriate graphs, tables and functions Skillsheet 10.1 Skillsheet 10.2 Ex 10A 2. Using formulae for depreciation: a. Straight line method Salvage = V 0 D b. Declining balance method S = V 0 (1-r) n Skillsheet 10.3 Ex 10B Ex 10C 3. Preparing tables of values and developing graphs of r against n for different rates of r (exponential decay) 4. Comparing results obtained through each method 5. Using the above formulae to create and compare depreciation tables S/S task: Depreciation tables p 328 Ex 10D Modelling task: Used car prices 6. Calculating tax deductions based on depreciation of assets. Throughout exercises Your say! What was the most important thing you learned? What was something new you learnt? What part(s) of this topic will you need to work on? 2

3 Modelling Depreciation An asset is an item that has value to its owner. Many assets lose their value over time. This is referred to as Depreciation. Investigation Choose a make of car and find out the price for a new vehicle of this make and model. Research the price of the same model as a second hand car and complete the table (you may add years if you are able to obtain the price) Age of car (years) Price New From your information construct a graph that compares the price of the car as it ages and continue the line for 15 years. 3

4 Depreciation types 4

5 eg A computer, purchased for \$4 500, depreciates by \$300 each year. Calculate the value of the computer each year for five years and complete the table. Graph your information and hence write an equation for this function. Age (years) Value (\$) New (0) Equation = 5

6 eg The value of a car purchased for \$ depreciates by 20% each year. a) Complete the table of values and graph the depreciation of the car using a smooth curve. Age of car (years) Value (\$) New (0) b) Use your graph to estimate the value of the car after 10 years. 6

7 Straight Line Depreciation S = V o - Dn TERMINOLOGY: S The service life of an asset is the estimated time during which the asset will be useful. S The current value after depreciation at the end of a particular period is called the book value. eg A cleaning company purchases a equipment for \$ The equipment depreciates at a rate of \$3800 per year. Calculate the salvage value of the equipment after eight years. eg A carpenter purchases equipment for a total of \$ The value of the equipment is depreciated by \$8600 per year. When the value of the equipment falls below \$ it should be replaced. Calculate the number of years after which the equipment should be replaced. 7

8 Declining balance method of depreciation REVIEW: The declining balance method of depreciation occurs when the value of an asset depreciates by a given percentage each period. The declining balance depreciation formula is: S = V 1 0 ( r ) n Where S is the salvage value (scrap value) of the asset; V 0 is the purchase price of the asset; R is the % depreciation rate N is the number of periods. eg A car purchased for \$ depreciates over 12 years at 15% pa after which it reaches its scrap value. Use the declining-balance depreciation formula to: a) Calculate the scrap value of the car; b) Calculate the book value of the car after 6 years; c) Calculate the amount of depreciation in the 4 th year 8

9 eg An asset purchased for \$ depreciates at 15% pa after which it reaches its salvage value of \$ a) Calculate the service life of the asset in years if it is depreciated by the straight-line method. b) Calculate the service life, correct to the nearest year, if it is depreciated by the declining-balance method. 9

10 Taxation and Depreciation If an asset is used to produce an income, then the depreciation can be used as a tax deduction. eg On March , George W purchased a computer for \$ George W s accountant advises him to depreciate the computer using the straight-line method at a rate of 20% pa. Calculate: a) the amount of depreciation each financial year and b) the amount that George W can claim as a tax deduction each year given that 80% of the usage is for his business and 20% is personal use. 10

11 eg Condoleezza operates a real estate agency. She purchases a car for \$ at the start of the financial year. Her accountant depreciates the car over 10 years at 20% pa, after which it reaches its scrap value. Using the declining-balance method to: a) Calculate the scrap value of the car; b) Calculate the book value of the car after 5 years; c) The company pays tax at the rate of 30 cents in the dollar. Calculate the reduction in her tax bill due to the car s depreciation in the 4 th year of ownership. 11

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