Question

QueenQueen Cruiseline offers nightly dinner cruises off the coast of Nanaimo and Victoria. Dinner cruise tickets...

QueenQueen

Cruiseline offers nightly dinner cruises off the coast of Nanaimo and Victoria. Dinner cruise tickets sell for

\$ 50\$50

per passenger.

QueenQueen

?Cruiseline's variable cost of providing the dinner is

\$ 20\$20

per? passenger, and the fixed cost of operating the vessels? (depreciation, salaries, docking? fees, and other? expenses) is

\$ 210 comma 000\$210,000

per month. The? company's relevant range extends to

19 comma 00019,000

monthly passengers.

Compute the number of dinner cruise tickets it must sell to break even.

a. Use the income statement equation approach.

b. Use the shortcut unit contribution margin? approach, perform a numerical proof to ensure that your answer is correct.

c. Use your answers from? (a) and? (b) to determine the sales revenue needed to break even.

d. Use the shortcut contribution margin ratio approach to verify the sales revenue needed to break even.

a. Compute the number of dinner cruise tickets it must sell to break even using the income statement equation approach.

Using the basic income statement equation you determined above solve for the number of tickets to break even.

? - ? - ? = operating income

Number of dinner cruise tickets needed to break even is

nothing.

b. Use the shortcut unit contribution margin? approach, perform a numerical proof to ensure that your answer is correct.

(? + ? ) / ? = break even units

c. your answers from? (a) and? (b) to determine the sales revenue needed to break even.

Sales revenue needed to break even is

?\$nothing

d.

Use the shortcut contribution margin ratio approach to verify the sales revenue needed to break even.

(? + ?) / ? = break even sales

 Ans a Income statement Approach Sales-Variable cost- fixed cost=Operatingf income (\$50*U)-(\$20*U)-210000=0 210000/30U= U= 700 No. of dinner cruise ticket 700 ans b Unit contribution margin method Units sold=fixed expenses+Operating profit/CM per unit 210000+0/30 700 ans c sales revenue needed \$350,000 700*\$50 Ans d Sales in \$=fixed expenses+Operating profit/CM per unit 210000+0/.6 350000 CM ratio 30/50 0.6