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Given the following data, calculate the break-even point and break-even capacity: Fixed Costs: $30,000 Variable Costs: $8/unit Selling Price:60/unit...


  1. Given the following data, calculate the break-even point and break-even capacity:
  2. Fixed Costs: $30,000
  3. Variable Costs: $8/unit
  4. Selling Price: $10.60/unit
  5. Maximum Capacity: 25,000 units
  6. a.Break-even Point = 21,154 units; Capacity = 84%
  7. b.Break-even Point = 21,154 units; Capacity = 71%
  8. c.Break-even Point = 9,616 units; Capacity = 46%
  9. d.Break-even Point = 9,616 units; Capacity = 32%
  10. e.Break-even Point = 11,539 units; Capacity = 46%
  11. f.Break-even Point = 11,539 units; Capacity = 38%

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