The income from operations and the amount of invested assets in each division of Beck Industries are as follows:   Income from Operations Invested Assets Retail Division $130,200   $620,000   Commercial Division 141,600   590,000   Internet Division 98,800   380,000   a.  Compute the return on investment for each division. (Round to the nearest whole number.) Division Percent Retail Division % Commercial Division % Internet Division % b.  Which division is the most profitable per dollar invested?

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The income from operations and the amount of invested assets in each division of Beck Industries are as follows:

  Income from Operations Invested Assets
Retail Division $130,200   $620,000  
Commercial Division 141,600   590,000  
Internet Division 98,800   380,000  

a.  Compute the return on investment for each division. (Round to the nearest whole number.)

Division Percent
Retail Division %
Commercial Division %
Internet Division %

b.  Which division is the most profitable per dollar invested?

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