depreciation rate


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n depreciation rate the rate at which the value of property is reduced; used to calculate tax deduction
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In literature:

At any rate, after what we have read we cannot attribute his intention of studying under Kalkbrenner to undue self-depreciation.
"Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician" by Frederick Niecks
But in 1741 the rate of depreciation was certainly much higher.
"Privateering and Piracy in the Colonial Period" by Various
Agricultural land, which was generally rated high, continued to pay at that level long after depreciation set in.
"William Pitt and the Great War" by John Holland Rose
Spain, which should stand at about the same rate, still has a depreciated paper currency.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 10, Slice 1" by Various
The building is fairly durable; yet an average depreciation-rate of one and one half per cent.
"The Principles of Economics" by Frank A. Fetter

In news:

Financing — Banks offer lower financing rates on new vehicles because the vehicles are inherently worth more and have not already been hit by depreciation.

In science:

By a detailed solution of the hydrodynamical, radiative transfer, and statistical equilibrium equations we con firm that sufficiently strong XU V radiation source may decrease the P V ionization fraction, possibly depreciating the P V lines as a reliable mass-loss rate indicator.
Influence of XUV radiation on Pv ionization fraction in hot star winds