To encourage people to keep the their prpery clean and neat.

The Menendez family has a net income of $4,500. The chart shows their cost-of-living percentages. How much do they spend on transportation?

Answer:

$12106

Explanation:

Below are the possible return options, and investment options given the schedule and period of investment.

REFER TO ATTACHED FILE FOR THE CHAT

According to this chart, Uncle can get maximum return only from option C. So he should invest everything there, however he needs to pay off 24,000 loan at the end of Year 3. Therefore, he needs to invest an amount that will yield him 24000 at then end of year 3, in Plan B.

That can be calculated by 24000/1.36 = 17647

The balance amount can wait till the beginning of year 2, and then all the amount can be invested in Plan C.

The maximum return at the end of 5 years available will be:

Amount invested in Plan C = 90000 - 17647 (amount saved for the loan payment) = 72353

Return from Plan C at the end of 5yrs = 72353 x 1.66 = $ 12106

Direct labor variance is the effect of the differences between the wage rate or the number of hours worked in actual and the projected or expected. Shown below are the procedures to which the inputs to the equations were calculated.

Standard Rate = (2 direct labor hour) x ($15/hour) x (1800) = 54,000

Actual Direct Labor cost = $48,000

The variance is calculated by subtracting the actual cost from the standard rate.

Variance = ($54,000) - ($48,000)

Variance = $6,000

Therefore, the variance to the given data is $6,000.

**Answer:**

**Accept, because operating income would increase $120,000**

**Explanation:**

The computation of given situation is shown below:-

Sales = $22 × 10,000

= $220,000

Variable cost = $10 × 10,000

= $100,000

**= Sales - Variable cost**

= $220,000 - $100,000

**Increase in operating income = $120,000**

**Therefore, the correct answer is Increase in operating income $120,000. So, the option is not available in the question.**