The managers of acme company are considering the purchase
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The managers of Acme Company are considering the purchase of a new machine for $100,000. The machine would replace an old machine that costs $20,000 per year to operate. The new machine would cost $8,000 per year to operate. The old machine currently in use could be sold now for a scrap value of $6,000. The new machine would have a useful life of 11 years with no salvage value. The old machine has a remaining useful life of 11 years with no salvage value at the end of that time. Assume a 10% interest rate.Prepare a schedule to help Acme's manager make their decision and interpret the terms used in the schedule.

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