# Module 5 - = 60,000 x 3.791 = 227,460 Present value factor...

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Product costs include 14000+25000+9000+10000+8000= \$66,000 (Return on investment * Investment) + (Selling and Admin Expense) Unit product cost * Unit Sales = (.20 or 20% * 1,200,00) + (40,000 (.1 x 400,000) + 50,000) (2 + 1.5 +1+ .5) * 400,000 = 240,000 + 90,000 5 * 400,000 = .165 for fixed manufacturing overhead it is calculated 200,000/400,000 = .5 X 150,000/12,000 = 12.5 per unit fixed manufacturing overhead Unit Product Cost = 10+3+4+12.5 = 29.5 per unit 29.5 per unit x 50% = 14.75 markup 29.50 + 14.75 = 44.25 selling price Present Value = Annual Payment x Present Value Factor

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Unformatted text preview: = 60,000 x 3.791 = 227,460 Present value factor = 5 years and 10% = 3.791 Present Value= Annual Payment x Present Value Factor = 50,000 x 3.605 = \$180,250 Project Profitability Index = Net Present Value of Project/Investment Required A = 50,000/200,000 A = .25 B = 30,000/100,000 B = .30 1 Module 5 Week 5 managerial accounting Question 1 Question 1 Example 3 Question 2 Question 2 Example 5 Question 3 7 Question 3 Example Question 4 9 Question 4 Example 11 Question 5 13 Question 5 Example...
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