Question

SanFrancisco Inc. manufactures computer supplies. San Francisco Inc. has variable expenses of $1.50 (for software) and $2.00 (for hardware) per unit. Assume that total fixed expenses are 15,000. The devices are sold for $9 each.

In the space below, first draw a blank “Break Even Chart/Graph” and then draw the fixed cost line.

Draw the “Total Cost Line” and the “Total Revenue” line on the chart (HINT: Make sure these lines intersect)

Now using the information provided above, calculate the Break Even Point. Label both the quantity and the $ amount on the chart. (HINT: To find the $ amount, multiply your break-even point quantity by the selling price).

Answer #1

Break even point = total fixed expenses/(selling price per unit - variable cost per unit)

= 15,000/( 9 - 1.50 - 2)

= 2,727.27 units (you can round this to 2727 units)

Break even $ = 2,727.27 units * $9 = $24,545 (in case units are rounded then break even $ will be 2727*9 = $24,543)

The graph is attached below:

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