3 - 3 Determine the unit break-even paint assuming fixed...

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Unformatted text preview: 3. Determine the unit break-even paint, assuming fixed costs are $40,000 per period, variable costs are $0.00 per unit, and the sales price is $10.00 per unit. (Paints: 1.0} Determine the unit break—even 00int, assuming fixed 00sts are $40,000 per 0eri0d, Iir'arialale 00sts are $6.00 per unit, and the sales price is $10.00 per unit. (a 1. 10,000 0 2. 40,000 0 3. 3,000 0 4. 3,333 ...
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