HW 16 - c 449365.3 d 548437.5 The break even point has gone...

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Jack Meehan 10/30/2007 Accounting 152 CP 43, P6-26,P7-12 Section 11 P6-26 April Standard Deluxe Pro Amount Percent Amount Percent Amount Percent Sales 80000 0.14 60000 0.1 450000 0.76 Variable costs Production 44000 0.21 27000 0.13 135000 0.66 Selling 4000 0.14 3000 0.1 22500 0.76 CM 32000 -0.21 30000 -0.13 292500 -0.66 Fixed Costs Fixed Production Costs Advertising Administrative Net Income May Standard Deluxe Pro Amount Percent Amount Percent Amount Percent Sales 320000 0.49 60000 0.09 270000 0.42 Variable costs Production 176000 0.59 27000 0.09 94500 0.32 Selling 16000 0.49 3000 0.09 13500 0.42 CM 128000 -0.59 30000 -0.09 162000 -0.32 Fixed Costs Fixed Production Costs Advertising Administrative Net Income b They need to sell more of the pro, which has a unit CM of $54
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Unformatted text preview: c 449365.3 d 548437.5 The break even point has gone up since the ratio of each ood sold has reduced the CM. P7-12 Absorption costing 227.5 Variable 284.38 b I/S Sales 800000 Variable Exp DM 384000 VMOH 16000 VSGA 120000 CM= 280000 Fixed Exp 240000 FSGA 160000 NI-120000 c Sales 800000 Variable Exp DM 307200 VMOH 12800 VSGA 120000 CM= 360000 Fixed Exp 240000 FSGA 160000 NI-40000 Total Amount Percent 590000 1 206000 0.35 29500 0.05 354500 0.6 120000 100000 50000 84500 Total Amount Percent 650000 1 297500 0.46 32500 0.05 320000 0.49 120000 100000 50000 50000...
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HW 16 - c 449365.3 d 548437.5 The break even point has gone...

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