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If there are certain restrictions on depreciation rate then (C1)–(C2) are also satisfy. Similar to previous consideration let us denote C OROLLARY 2. An optimal depreciation rate for DB method under restrictions is the following where 4. Some Numeric Examples In this section we calculate optimal depreciation rates in some examples using adjusted real data. As reasonable sets of the parameter values, we will consider (similar as in [3,8]) investment projects with expected growth rate varying from – 1% to 3%, volatility and discount rate from 10% to 20% (all parameters here and further will be annual).

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