chp 9 - 1. The calculation of an amount given different...

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1.   The calculation of an amount given different level for a factor that influenc   Student  Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A.  Sensitivity  analysis.      B.  What-if  analysis. 100%       C.  Factor  analysis.      D.  Cost  analysis.      E.  Profit  Analysis.      Score: 2/2  Comments:   2.   JCH Sports plans to market a new product for the upcoming college seas new product are as follows: How many units must be sold in order to reach a before tax income on th   Student  Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A.  148,333.      B.  385,000.     
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  Student  Response Value Correct Answer Feedback C.  313,000.      D.  275,000. 100%     1. First try < 200,000 un = $4,666,667 2. $4,666,667/$20 = 233 units, so 3. Try fixed costs for >20 4. ($425,000 + $400,000 5. $5,500,000/$20 = 275 Score: 2/2  Comments:   3.   Cost/volume/profit analysis is a technique available to management to un interrelationships of several factors that affect a firm's profit. As with man accountant oversimplifies the real world by making assumptions. Which o assumption underlying CVP analysis?    Student  Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A.  All costs  incurred by a  firm can be  separated into 
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