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2. Complete two selected cost-volume-profit analyses for the show illustrated in Exhibit 2, the KFBS Allstars: a. How many tickets must the ALLTEL Pavilion sell to break even? * + α p Σ P Σ
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6. And finally, 1.76 PayingCustomers 76792 4 = 2 7. Divide both sides by 41.76 to get 6628, with difference between this value and the excel doc used to validate answers due to rounding ii. How many tickets must ALLTEL sell to earn $30,000 operating income after taxes, assuming a 40 percent tax rate?
3. What should be the average ticket price for the KFBS concert if the fixed-pay fee is $200,000 and the Pavilion expects to sell 7,000 tickets and wants to earn $30,000 after 40 percent in taxes?
4. Negotiating the fee for the KFBS Allstars: fixed-pay or per capita contracts? a. What is the maximum fixed fee that the Pavilion can pay the KFBS Allstars if the Pavilion wants to earn $45,000 after 40 percent tax and expects the show to have an average ticket price of $22.12? Assume the show is expected to draw 6,000 paying ticket holders.

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