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Unformatted text preview: 319:a.$320,000 40,000 tickets = $8.00 per ticketb.$180,000 40,000 tickets = $4.50 per ticketc.($8.00 $4.50) = $3.50 per ticketd.Profit = ($8.00 $4.50)X $87,500Let Profit = 00 = ($8.00 $4.50)X $87,500X =$87,500$3.50X = 25,000ticketse.Let Profit = $61,250$61,250 = ($8.00 $4.50)X $87,500X =$87,500 + $61,250$3.50X = 42,500tickets321:a. Profit= (P V)X F$0= ($180 $100)X $200,000$80X= $200,000X =$200,000$80X =2,500 unitsb. Profit= (P V)X F$160,000= ($180 $100)X $200,000$80X= $360,000X =$360,000$80X =4,500 units322:a.Profit=($180 $100) 7,000 $200,000=$360,000.b.10% price decrease. Now P = $162Profit=($162 $100) x 7,000 $200,000=$234,000.Profit decreases by $126,00020% price increase. Now P = $216Profit=($216 $100) x 7,000 $200,000=$612,000.Profit increases by $252,000c.10% variable cost decrease. Now V = $90Profit = ($180 $90) x 7,000 $200,000= $430,000.Profit increases by $70,00020% variable cost increase. Now V = $12020% variable cost increase....
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This note was uploaded on 10/29/2009 for the course ACC 066 taught by Professor Kwak during the Spring '08 term at DeAnza College.
 Spring '08
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