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Capri Incorporated has annual fixed costs totaling $3,000,000 and variable costs of $450 per unit. Each unit of product is sold for $850. Assume a tax rate of 30 percent. How many sales dollars are required to earn an annual profit of $210,000 after taxes?

$7,012,500

$6,821,250

None of the answer choices is correct.

$3,898,100

$7,862,500

Answer #1

Capri Incorporated has annual fixed costs totaling $3,000,000
and variable costs of $450 per unit. Each unit of product is sold
for $850. Assume a tax rate of 30 percent. How many sales dollars
are required to earn an annual profit of $210,000 after taxes?
$3,898,100
$6,821,250
$7,012,500
$7,862,500
None of the answer choices is correct.

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variable costs of $5 per unit. Each unit of product is sold for
$20.
Assume the company expects to sell 11,850 units of product this
coming month. What is the margin of safety in units?
Group of answer choices
8,850
6,600
5,850
7,350
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Jasmine Inc. sells a product for $60 per unit. Variable costs
per unit are $32, and monthly fixed costs are $210,000.
a. What is the break-even point in
units?
b. What unit sales would be required to earn a
target profit of $159,600?
c. Assume they achieve the level of sales required
in part b, what is the margin of safety in sales dollars?

Halifax Products sells a product for $108. Variable costs per
unit are $55, and monthly fixed costs are $111,300.
a. What is the break-even point in
units?
b. How many units would need to be sold to earn a
target profit of $206,700?
c. Assuming they achieve the level of sales
required in part b, what is the margin of safety in sales
dollars?

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costs of $2,500 Per unit. Each unit sells for $12,230. how many
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costs for Finch’s product are $24.80 per unit, and the sales price
is $40.00 per unit. Finch desires to earn an annual profit of
$49,000.
Use the per unit contribution margin approach to determine the
sales volume in units and dollars required to earn the desired
profit.(Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your
final answers to the nearest whole number.)
Sales in dollars
Sales volume in units
Gibson Company makes a...

Given the following information:
Selling Price (per unit): $10,000
Variable Costs (per unit): $7,000
Fixed Costs: $200,000
Required
Each of these are separate situations:
What is the break-even point in total sales in
dollars?
How many units need to be sold to make a profit of
$20,000?
How many units need to be sold to make a profit of
$20,000 if fixed costs increase from $200,000 to
$250,000?
How many units would they need to sell if they wanted
to...

Ray Company incurs annual fixed costs of
$70,090
Ray's variable costs per unit equal
$23.10
Ray's selling price per unit
$35.00
Budgeted profit (before taxes) for next year
$62,000
What is the sales volume in dollars that Ray has to
achieve in order to achive the target profit?
Type ONLY the number in the answer box without any
text.
Round your answer to the nearest dollar.
Sales dollars to achive the target profit
equals

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$55
Variable manufacturing costs
$23
Annual fixed manufacturing costs
$450000
Variable, marketing, distribution and administration
costs
$9
Annual fixed non-manufacturing costs
$229000
Annual volume
50000
a. Calculate the contribution margin per
unit.
b. Calculate the contribution margin ratio.
c. Calculate the break-even in units and sales dollars
for 2016.
d.Calculate the profit earned in 2016.

Kruger Corporation produces products that it sells for $19 each.
Variable costs per unit are $8, and annual fixed costs are
$233,200. Kruger desires to earn a profit of $33,000.
Required:
a.
Use the equation method to determine the break-even point in
units and dollars.
Break-even point in units:
Break-even point in dollars:
b.
Determine the sales volume in units and dollars required to earn
the desired profit.
Sales Volume in units:
Sales in dollars:

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