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# The Rink offers an annual \$200 memberships that entitle members to unlimited use of ice-skating facilities and locker rooms. Each new membership also entitles the member to receive ten "35% off a \$5 meal" coupons that are redeemable at the Rink’s snack bar. The Rink estimates that approximately 80% of the coupons will be redeemed, and that, if the coupons weren’t redeemed, \$5 meals still would be discounted by 5% because of ongoing promotions. Calculate how much of the transaction price should be allocated to meals. Round your answer to 2 decimal place.

Amachine purchased three years ago for \$720,000 has a current book value using straight-line depreciation of \$400,000: its operating expenses are \$60,000 per year. a replacement machine would cost \$480,000, have a useful life of nine years, and would require \$26,000 per year in operating expenses. it has an expected salvage value of \$130,000 after nine years. the current disposal value of the old machine is \$170,000: if it is kept 9 more years, its residual value would be \$20,000. calculate the total costs in keeping the old machine and purchase a new machine. should the old machine be replaced?
Both renewable and nonrenewable resources are used within our society. how do the uses of nonrenewable resources compare to the uses of renewable resources?