4. A company that makes optical computer input devices has
calculated their revenue and costs as follows for the most recent
fiscal period:
Sales $522 000
Costs:
Fixed Costs $145 000
Variable Costs 208 800
Total Costs 353 800
Net Income $168 200
What is the break-even point in sales dollars?
5. A company that makes environmental measuring devices has
calculated their revenue and costs as follows for the most recent
fiscal period:
Sales $750 000
Costs:
Fixed Costs $200 000
Variable Costs 250 000
Total Costs 450 000
Net Income $300 000
What is the break-even point in sales dollars?
6. A company that makes audio computer input devices has
calculated their revenue and costs as follows for the most recent
fiscal period:
Sales $723 000
Costs:
Fixed Costs $345 000
Variable Costs 404 880
Total Costs 749 880
Net Income (Loss) $(26 880)
The company has a target level of profitability of $35,000 per
fiscal period. What sales dollar volume do they have to achieve in
order to achieve their goal?
7. A company that makes basketballs has calculated their
revenue and costs as follows for the most recent fiscal
period:
Sales $623 000
Costs:
Fixed Costs $???????
Variable Costs 404 880
Total Costs ???????
Net Income (Loss) $(26 880)
What are the company's fixed costs per fiscal period?
8. A company that makes customized pens has calculated their
revenue and costs as follows for the most recent fiscal
period:
Sales $100,000
Costs:
Fixed Costs $???????
Variable Costs 15 000
Total Costs ???????
Net Income (Loss) $(20,000)
What are the company's fixed costs per fiscal period?
9. A local toolmaker makes the best hammers on the market. The
head of the hammer costs $12.11 and the handle costs $4.37. It
takes 1.4 minutes to assemble the hammer and the hourly cost is
$90.00 for assembly time. The company has fixed operating costs of
$22 310 per month. They sell the hammers for three times their
total variable cost. The company wants to make a monthly profit of
$5000. How many hammers must they sell?
10. A local restaurant has the best meals in town. The average
variable cost per meal is $22.74 and the desserts are $5.24. Only
half of the patrons order desserts. The restaurant has fixed
operating costs of $112 714 per month. They sell the meals and
desserts for four times their average variable cost per meal. They
company wants to make a monthly profit of $75 000. How many meals
must they sell?
11. A local college hospitality restaurant has the best meals
in town. The average variable cost per meal is $10.25 and the
desserts are $1.25. The restaurant has fixed operating costs of
$110 500 per month. They sell the meals and desserts for three
times their average variable cost per meal. The college wants to
make a monthly profit of $50 000. How many meals must they sell
(Round up to nearest whole meal)?
12. A company has variable costs that are 3/8 the value of
their sales revenues. Total net income for the most recent period
was a profit of $123 400 and sales were $400 000. The company has
started a new marketing campaign that they hope will increase
sales, but it will require additional advertising of $11 200. How
many sales dollars does the company have to generate in order to
remain at the same level of profitability as before the new ad
campaign?
13. A company has variable costs that are 1/8 the value of
their sales revenues. Total net income for the most recent period
was a profit of $50 400 and sales were $500 000. The company has
started a new marketing campaign that they hope will increase
sales, but it will require additional advertising of $15 000. How
many sales dollars does the company have to generate in order to
remain at the same level of profitability as before the new ad
campaign?
14. A company has variable costs that are 4/7 the value of
their sales revenues. Total net income for the most recent period
was a profit of $53 770 and sales were $420 000. The company has
started a new marketing campaign that they hope will increase
sales, but it will require additional advertising of $6400. How
many sales dollars does the company have to generate in order to
remain at the same level of profitability as before the new ad
campaign?
15. Excel hardware is introducing a new product on a new
product line of capacity 800 units per week at a production cost of
$50 per unit. Fixed costs are $22,400 per week. Variable selling
and shipping costs are estimated to be $20 per unit. Excel plan to
market the new product at $110 per unit. What is the break-even
capacity per week?
16. Excel hardware is introducing a new product on a new
product line of capacity 800 units per week at a production cost of
$50 per unit. Fixed costs are $22 400 per week. Variable selling
and shipping costs are estimated to be $20 per unit. Excel plan to
market the new product at $110 per unit. What would be the weekly
net income at 90% of the capacity?
17. Sala pipe fittings produce pipe elbows and reducers from
stainless steel. The company can process up to 20 000 tonnes of
stainless steel sheets in a year. The company pays the steel
company $800 per tonne of stainless steel sheets and each tonne is
used to manufacture $2000 worth of elbows and reducers. Variable
processing costs are $470 per tonne and fixed processing costs $3.4
million per year at all production levels. Administrative overhead
is $3 million per year regardless of the volume of the production.
Marketing and transportation costs work out to be $230 per tonne.
Determine the break-even volume in terms of percent capacity
utilization.
18. Last year, Terrific Copying had total revenue of $475 000,
while operating at 60% of capacity. The total of its variable cost
is $150 000. Fixed costs were $180 000. What is Terrific's
contribution rate?
19. Last year, Terrific Copying had total revenue of $475 000,
while operating at 60% of capacity. The total of its variable cost
is $150 000. Fixed costs were $180 000. What is Terrific's
break-even point expressed in dollars of revenue?
20. Last year, Terrific Copying had total revenue of $475 000,
while operating at 60% of capacity. The total of its variable cost
is $150 000. Fixed costs were $180 000. If the current selling
price, variable costs, and fixed costs are the same as last year,
what net income can be expected from revenue of $500 000 in the
current year