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1) ABC Company sells two products. A and B. The weighted average per unit is $36 and fixed costs are $20,300. The sales mix is 55% for A and 45% for B. How many units of Product B must be sold by ABC Company to break-even?

2)

Using the high low method, ABC Company calculated the variable cost as $2.2 per unit. The high level of the activity was 2,300 units and $20,974 of total cost. Total fixed costs equal $_______ Enter your answer as a whole number. |

3)

ABC Company has a selling price of $39 variable costs of $10 per unit, and fixed costs of $28,110. ABC's net income is $37,340. How many units did ABC Company sell? |

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