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Orange Company has total fixed costs of $427,163 and a contribution margin ratio of 54%; how much total sales are needed to break-even?

Orange Company has total fixed costs of $427,163 and a contribution margin ratio of 54%; how much total sales are needed to break-even?








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Orange Company has total fixed costs of $427,163 and a contribution margin
ratio of 54%; how much total sales are needed to break-even?
Sales = Fixed cost / Contribution Margin
= $791,043 If a...

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