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 $52,500   $250,000   Commercial Division 93,600   390,000   Internet Division 91,800   540,000   a.  Compute the return on investment for each division. (Round to the nearest whole number.) Division Percent Retail Division fill in the blank 1% Commercial Division fill in the blank 2% Internet Division fill in the blank 3% b.  Which division is the most profitable per dollar invested?

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Return on Investment

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 $52,500   $250,000  
Commercial Division 93,600   390,000  
Internet Division 91,800   540,000  

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

Division Percent
Retail Division fill in the blank 1%
Commercial Division fill in the blank 2%
Internet Division fill in the blank 3%

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

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