acctg 213 ch 3 hw - Jeremy Liebman 950929750 Tomcal Chapter...

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Jeremy Liebman 950929750 Tomcal Chapter 3 Homework E-14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 23, 24, 25 P-32, 33, 37, 39 E-14 1. Unit variable cost = $9 Break-even units = 2,300 2. Sales $ 27,600 Variable cost $ 20,700 Total contribution margin $ 6,900 Less: Fixed expenses $ 6,900 Operating income $ 0 E-15 1. Unit contribution margin = $3 Contribution margin ratio = 0.25 2. Variable cost ratio = 0.75 3. Break-even revenue = $27,600 E-16 1. Units to earn $9,900 = 5,600 2. Sales revenue = $67,200 3. Sales $ 67,200 Variable cost $ 50,400 Total contribution margin $ 16,800 Less: Fixed expenses $ 6,900 Operating income $ 9,900 E-17 1. Break-even units = 187,500 2. Unit variable cost includes all variable costs on a unit basis: Direct materials $ 0.27 Direct labor $ 0.58 Variable overhead $ 0.63 Variable selling $ 0.17 Unit variable cost $ 1.65 E-18 1. Units to earn $12,600 = 203,250 2. Sales revenue to earn $12,600 = $497,962.50
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E-19 1. Expected sales of pans $ 215,000 Break-even pans $ (187,500) Margin of safety (in pans)
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ACCTG 213 taught by Professor Tomcal during the Spring '08 term at University of Oregon.

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