1. You currently have a piece of equipment that is 2 years old and cost $13,000 when it was new. It has five years left on it’s economic life and can be traded in for $8000. It will have annual operating costs of $4,000. A new piece of equipment can be purchased for $I 8,000 and it will have annual operating costs of $1000. This new equipment will have an economic life of 6 years. Should you keep the old equipment or buy the new equipment?

2. What is the purpose of depreciation?

3. Tow electrical systems are being compared for a new industrial plant. The one system will have first cost of $200,000 and annual operating costs of $10,000. The second system will have first cost of$300,000 and annual
operating costs of $5,000. Each system will be depreciated over a period of 10 years using straight line depreciation. The company is in a 35% tax bracket. Which system should be selected if they both help produce the same expected profits over the life of the investment?

4. Two computer systems are being compared. System A has life expectancy of 5 years and will cost $14,000 plus $2,000 annually for maintenance. System . B has a life expectancy of three years and will cost $9000 plus $700 annually for maintenance. System A will generate about $10,000 in income and System B will generate about $9,000. Each system will be depreciated using straight line depreciation over their respective lives and the company is in a 30% tax bracket. Which system should you choose?
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