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At first, I was confused by how y keeps increasing after depreciation exceeds savings, then I finally found what was truly bothering me. The fact that when depreciation exceeds savings, capital per worker should be negatively affected whereas, in reality, it keeps increasing along the x-axis.

Help!

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The following graph shows a point at which the total amount of depreciation is greater than savings. This decreases the amount of capital per effective worker, over time, shown by the arrow pointing downwards and to the left.

Solow growth with depreciation higher than savings

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