# Suppose the Gdp at Market Price of a Country in a Particular Year Was Rs 1,100 Crores. Net Factor Income from Abroad Was Rs 100 Crores. - Economics

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Suppose the GDP at market price of a country in a particular year was Rs 1,100 crores. Net Factor Income from Abroad was Rs 100 crores. The value of Indirect taxes − Subsidies was Rs 150 crores and National Income was Rs 850 crores. Calculate the aggregate value of depreciation.

#### Solution

National Income (NNPFC) = Rs.850 crores

GDPMP = Rs.1100 crores

Net factor income from abroad = Rs.100 crores

Net indirect taxes = Rs.150 crores

NNPFC = GDPMP + Net factor income from abroad − Depreciation − Net indirect taxes

Putting these values in the formula,

850 = 1100 + 100 − Depreciation − 150

⇒ 850 = 1100 − 50 − Depreciation

⇒ 850 = 1050 − Depreciation

⇒ Depreciation = 1050 − 850 = Rs.200 crores

So, depreciation is Rs.200 crores.

Concept: Macroeconomic Identities
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NCERT Class 12 Economics - Introductory Macroeconomics
Chapter 2 National Income Accounting
Exercise | Q 7 | Page 33