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Unformatted text preview: 0 per haircut (\$400 ÷ 2,000 haircuts). Alternatively, we could use the following formula: [(total costs at volume x - fixed component) ÷ x]. In this case: [(\$1,000 - \$600) ÷ 2,000] = \$.20. Given this, the utility costs at 5,000 haircuts will be \$1,600 (\$600 + [5,000 x .20]). At 10,000 haircuts, they will be \$2,600 (\$600 + [10,000 x .20]). Rent. This was given as \$3,000 as long as we don’t exceed 10,000 haircuts. To summarize, the cost figures are all three levels are as follows: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ David W. Young • Management Accounting for Managers • Chapter 2 Page 30 Copyrighted Material. Do not reproduce without written permission. Barbers Hair supplies Other supplies Utilities Rent Total Average cost per haircut 2,000 Haircuts \$11,000 4,000 2,000 1,000 3,000 \$21,000 \$10.50 5,000 Haircuts \$28,600 10,000 3,000 1,600 3,000 \$46,200 \$9.24 1 0,000 Haircuts \$55,000 20,000 4,000 2,600 3,000 \$84,600 \$8.46 The fact that the per-haircut cost declines as the number of hair...
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