Rocket Life manufactures small toy rockets. At their normal level of activity of 50,000 units, the cost of producing a single rocket is:Direct Materials$4.00Direct Labor$2.00Variable Manufacturing Overhead$1.00Fixed Manufacturing Overhead$3.00Variable Selling & Admin Expenses$2.00Fixed Selling & Admin Expenses$3.00The company sells each rocket for $20 per unit. The company has capacity to produce 60,000 rockets per year, even though they produce only 50,000.A special order has been received for 5,000 rockets at a special price of $10 per unit. If the order is accepted, by how much will the annual profits be increased or decreased? Please note that the order will not affect the company’s fixed costs in any way. Please show the calculation.