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# Class_10_MGR - MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING IIE 211 CLASS 10 Korea...

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MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING - IIE 211 CLASS 10 LECTURE NOTES Chapter 6 Cost-Volume-Profit Relationships 1. HW: Chapter 6 Problem 19 2. REVIEW Chapter 6 Problem 21 Chapter 7 Variable Costing—A Tool for Management 3. Chapter 7 Introduction 4. REVIEW Chapter 7 Exercise 1 5. REVIEW Chapter 7 Exercise 3 HW due (FRIDAY) – CHAPTER 7 EXERCISE 8 Korea U Intranet http://iie.korea.ac.kr/intranet/ Garrison Text Site www.mhhe.com/ garrison11e eBook Text Site http://ebooks.primisonline.com 1

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MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING - IIE 211 CLASS 10 Problem 6-19 (60 minutes) 1. The CM ratio is 30%. Total Per Unit Percent of Sales Sales (19,500 units) \$585,000 \$30.00 100% Less variable expenses 409,500 21.00 70 Contribution margin \$175,500 \$ 9.00 30 % The break-even point is: Sales = Variable expenses + Fixed expenses + Profits \$30.00Q = \$21.00Q + \$180,000 + \$0 \$9.00Q = \$180,000 Q = \$180,000 ÷ \$9.00 per unit Q = 20,000 units 20,000 units × \$30.00 per unit = \$600,000 in sales. Alternative solution: Fixed expenses Break-even point = in unit sales Unit contribution margin \$180,000 = =20,000 units \$9.00 per unit Fixed expenses Break-even point = in sales dollars CM ratio \$180,000 = = \$600,000 in sales 0.30 2. Incremental contribution margin: \$80,000 increased sales × 0.30 CM ratio. ...................................... \$24,000 Less increased advertising cost. ......................................................... 16,000 Increase in monthly net operating income. ........................................ \$ 8,000 Since the company is now showing a loss of \$4,500 per month, if the changes are adopted, the loss will turn into a profit of \$3,500 each month (\$8,000 less \$4,500 = \$3,500). 2
MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING - IIE 211 CLASS 10 Problem 6-19 (continued) 3. Sales (39,000 units @ \$27.00 per unit*). .................................. \$1,053,000 Less variable expenses (39,000 units @ \$21.00 per unit). .......................................... 819,000 Contribution margin. ................................................................. 234,000 Less fixed expenses (\$180,000 + \$60,000). .............................. 240,000 Net operating loss. ..................................................................... \$ (6,000 ) *\$30.00 – (\$30.00 × 0.10) = \$27.00 4. Sales = Variable expenses + Fixed expenses + Profits \$30.00Q = \$21.75Q* + \$180,000 + \$9,750 \$8.25Q = \$189,750 Q = \$189,750 ÷ \$8.25 per unit Q = 23,000 units *\$21.00 + \$0.75 = \$21.75 Alternative solution: Fixed expenses + Target profit Unit sales to attain = target profit CM per unit \$180,000 + \$9,750 = =23,000 units \$8.25 per unit** **\$30.00 – \$21.75 = \$8.25 5. a. The new CM ratio would be: Per Unit Percent of Sales Sales \$30.00 100% Less variable expenses 18.00 60 Contribution margin \$12.00 40 % 3

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MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING - IIE 211 CLASS 10 Problem 6-19 (continued) The new break-even point would be: Fixed expenses Break-even point = in unit sales Unit contribution margin \$180,000 + \$72,000 = =21,000 units
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## This note was uploaded on 10/09/2011 for the course ACCOUNTING 211 taught by Professor Edwardl.monsour during the Summer '07 term at Korea University.

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