Wayne developed heart problems and was unable to climb the stairs to reach his second-floor bedroom. His physician advised him to add a first-floor bedroom
to his home. The cost of constructing the room was $42000. The increase in the value of the residence as a result of the room addition was determined to
be $18000. In addition Wayne paid the contractor $7500 to construct an entrance ramp to his home and $10500 to widen the hallways to accommodate his
wheelchair. Wayne%u2019s AGI for the year was $120000. How much of these expenditures can Wayne deduct as a medical expense? Answer $15000. $24000. $33000. $60000. None of the above.