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Overhead costs include maintenance, cleaning, and administrative expenses associated with a car rental. The Overhead for one rental transaction is $50 for an economy car and $75 for a premium car. This Overhead cost includes maintenance, cleaning, and administrative costs for each car rental. a. With this information, in the Profit Analysis worksheet, in the first cell under the Overhead label, calculate the overhead that corresponds to the number of cars rented (NumCars) using an "IF" statement as part of the formula. b. For clarification, use the "IF" statement to determine whether to use $50 or $75 times the NumCars so that the Overhead value represents the total Overhead costs for the Number of Cars (NumCars) rented in a given row. No credit if an IF statement is NOT used.
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