If you buy a machine for 10.000 dollars, which costs as a yearly write-off 2000 dollars, how do I calculate the cost per usage of a machine? Do you just divide the the yearly write-off by the times you use it per year? Or do you divide the yearly write-off by the times you potentially could use it per year? How do you take into account the wear and tear/loss of value of using it? Or is there some other way?
The machine is used in diagnostic medicine. I'm trying to calculate how much 1 test costs.
Is it just 2000/(Number of times used per year)?