need help understanding management variance in budgeting

I've been given this problem in my accounting class that appears, at least on the surface, to be a mistake. I feel like I need more information to answer this question. I'm told that I have the
following "profit data" for 2006:
Static budget: $4.7 Flexible budget: $3.6 Actual budget: $2.2
We are asked to calculate the management variance given this information. The problem I'm running up against is that everything in my textbook says that to calculate management variance, you need to know some cost figures, specifically, "management variance = flexible costs - actual costs." I'm obviously missing something, because I don't understand how I can answer this question without more information.
I've sent an e-mail to my instructor for clarification, but haven't gotten a response yet.
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Ignore this question as it turns out. My instructor e-mailed me back to tell me he made a mistake in posting the question.
On Mar 28, 6:55 am, snipped-for-privacy@aconcagua.zzn.com wrote:

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