Bus 220 - d $30= 500 units $15,000 revenue $40= 400 units...

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Evan D’Agostino Vijay Arikupurathu October 2, 2007 BUS 220 1a. D=800-10P D=800-10($20)= 600 units D=800-10($70)= 100 units b. TR=D*P c. D=800-10(30)= 500 units D=800-10(40)= 400 units D=800-10(50)= 300 units TR=500*30=$15,000 TR=400*40=$16,000 TR=300*50=$15,000
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Unformatted text preview: d. $30= 500 units $15,000 revenue $40= 400 units $16,000 revenue $50= 300 units $15,000 revenue 2. a. TC=$300x-60x-$4,8000 c. TP=$300(30)-60(30)-$4,800 TP=$2,400 d. 300x=60x-$4,800 240x=4800 X=$20 breakeven point...
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