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1. Blue Tree incurred a total cost of $1,000 to produce 1500 units of output. A total of 250 hours

 

was incurred for this effort. If the variable cost was $5 per direct labor hour, then the fixed cost

 

was how much?

 

2. Amazon is planning to expand its warehouse distribution center. Variable costs will increase

 

3% and fixed costs will increase 10%. Last year's costs are below.

 

Variable costs

 

$25 per unit

 

Fixed costs

 

$30,000 per month

 

Calculate the future total cost assuming 2,000 units are shipped each month.

 

3. If a company's sales price per unit is $50, variable costs per unit are $30, and fixed costs for the

 

year are $300,000. How many units must the company sell to break even?

 

4. A company currently breaks even at 2,000 units. Its fixed costs are $80,000 and its variable

 

costs are $20 per unit. What is the product's selling price per unit?

 

5. A company's selling price is $6 per unit, variable cost is $1.50 per unit, and fixed costs are

 

$12,000. What is the break-even point in sales dollars?

 

6 A company produces two products, A and B. A sells for $10 and has variable costs of $6. B sells

 

for $8 and has variable costs of $5. Fixed Costs for the period are $25,000. An equal number of A

 

and B units are sold. At the break-even volume, how many units of A will be sold?

 

7. Crane Company produces one type of machine with the following costs and revenues for the

 

year

 

Total revenues

 

$5,600,000

 

Total fixed costs

 

$2,700,000

 

Total variable costs

 

$1,400,000

 

Total units produced and sold 700,000

 

a. Refer to the Crane Company. Calculate the contribution margin per unit.

 

b. Refer to the Crane Company. Calculate the break-even point in units.

 

c. Refer to the Crane Company; how many units must be sold to make an operating profit of

 

$300,000 for the year? 8. Charleston Company produces two products, A and B, with the following characteristics:

 

Product A Product B

 

Selling price per unit

 

$12

 

$18

 

Variable cost per unit

 

$8

 

$15

 

Expected sales (units) 15,000

 

20,000

 

Total fixed costs for the company are $30,000.

 

Show you work for the following questions:

 

A. What is the anticipated profit given the expected sales volume?

 

B. Assuming the product mix would be the same at the break-even point, compute the breakeven point (be sure to indicate the number of units of each product

 

C. If only product C were sold, how many units would be needed to break even?

 

D. If only product F were sold, how many units would be needed to break even?

 

E. If the product mix changed so that equal units of C and F were sold, what would be the new

 

break-even point in total units?

 

9. Kodak wishes to earn a 30% return on its $200,000 investment in equipment used to produce

 

new photography rolls. Based on estimated sales of 20,000 units of photography rolls, the cost

 

per unit would be as follows:

 

Variable manufacturing costs

 

$8

 

Fixed selling and administrative costs $4

 

Fixed manufacturing costs

 

$2

 

At how much per unit should the Photography Rolls be priced for sale? (Kindly show the work)

 







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