Question Solved1 Answer Q.2: Identify the following cash flows as a benefit (B), disbenefit (D), or cost (C): B/D/C # 1 Statement Loss of income to local businesses because of a new freeway II 2. Less travel time because of a loop bypass 3 $400,000 annual income to local businesses because of tourism created by a national park 4 Cost of fish from a hatchery to stock a lake at the state park 5 Less tire wear because of smoother road surfaces 6 Decrease in property values due to the closure of a government research lab 7 School overcrowding because of a military base expansion 8 Revenue to local motels because of an extended weekend holiday 9 Reduction of $8 million per year in health-related expenses for citizens 10 $0.1 to $0.6 million per year for removal of arable land and commercial districts

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Transcribed Image Text: Q.2: Identify the following cash flows as a benefit (B), disbenefit (D), or cost (C): B/D/C # 1 Statement Loss of income to local businesses because of a new freeway II 2. Less travel time because of a loop bypass 3 $400,000 annual income to local businesses because of tourism created by a national park 4 Cost of fish from a hatchery to stock a lake at the state park 5 Less tire wear because of smoother road surfaces 6 Decrease in property values due to the closure of a government research lab 7 School overcrowding because of a military base expansion 8 Revenue to local motels because of an extended weekend holiday 9 Reduction of $8 million per year in health-related expenses for citizens 10 $0.1 to $0.6 million per year for removal of arable land and commercial districts
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Transcribed Image Text: Q.2: Identify the following cash flows as a benefit (B), disbenefit (D), or cost (C): B/D/C # 1 Statement Loss of income to local businesses because of a new freeway II 2. Less travel time because of a loop bypass 3 $400,000 annual income to local businesses because of tourism created by a national park 4 Cost of fish from a hatchery to stock a lake at the state park 5 Less tire wear because of smoother road surfaces 6 Decrease in property values due to the closure of a government research lab 7 School overcrowding because of a military base expansion 8 Revenue to local motels because of an extended weekend holiday 9 Reduction of $8 million per year in health-related expenses for citizens 10 $0.1 to $0.6 million per year for removal of arable land and commercial districts
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1. Loss of income to local business because of a new freeway - Dis-benefit.  2. Less travel time because of a loop bypass – Benefit.  3. $400,000 annual income to local business because of tourism created by a national park – Benefit.  4. Cost of fish in a hatchery to stock a lake at the state park – Cost.  5.  ... See the full answer