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Unformatted text preview: want to find the time needed for
the 21s t through 120th units . That is equal to the time for all 120 units minus the time for the firs t 20. So
tak e the c umulativ e fac tor for 120 units , s ubtrac t off the c umulativ e fac tor for 20 units , and multiply the
res ult by the firs t unit’s produc tion time. c. You c an figure this out by us ing the unit fac tors in Ex hibit 6.4. You would s imply tak e the unit fac tor for the
120th unit and multiply by the time for the firs t unit. 4. awar d: 0.50 out of
0.50 points Problem 7-8
A book publis her has fix ed c os ts of $300,000 and v ariable c os ts per book of $9.00. The book s ells for
$20.00 per c opy .
a. How many book s mus t be s old to break ev en? (Roundup your answer to the next whole num ber.) Book s to be s old 27,273 b. If the fix ed c os t inc reas ed, would the new break ev en point be higher or lower? Higher c. If the v ariable c os t per unit dec reas ed, would the new break ev en point be higher or lower? Lower Worksheet Pr...
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2014 for the course MAN 4504 taught by Professor Georgekyparisis during the Fall '09 term at FIU.
- Fall '09