Question

**BREAK-EVEN ANALYSIS**

The Warren Watch Company sells watches for $28, fixed costs are $195,000, and variable costs are $13 per watch.

**What is the firm's gain or loss at sales of 8,000 watches? Enter loss (if any) as negative value. Round your answer to the nearest cent.**

$

**What is the firm's gain or loss at sales of 19,000 watches? Enter loss (if any) as negative value. Round your answer to the nearest cent.**

$**What is the break-even point (unit sales)? Round your answer to the nearest whole number.**

**units****What would happen to the break-even point if the selling price was raised to $33?**

-Select: The result is that the break-even point remains unchanged. The result is that the break-even point is lower. The result is that the break-even point is higher. Item 4**What would happen to the break-even point if the selling price was raised to $33 but variable costs rose to $21 a unit? Round your answer to the nearest whole number.**

-Select- The result is that the break-even point remains unchanged. The result is that the break-even point increases. The result is that the break-even point decreases.

Answer #1

BREAK-EVEN ANALYSIS
The Warren Watch Company sells watches for $25, fixed costs are
$105,000, and variable costs are $14 per watch.
What is the firm's gain or loss at sales of 6,000 watches?
Enter loss (if any) as negative value. Round your answer to the
nearest cent.
$
What is the firm's gain or loss at sales of 20,000 watches? Enter
loss (if any) as negative value. Round your answer to the nearest
cent.
$
What is the break-even point...

BREAK-EVEN ANALYSIS
The Warren Watch Company sells watches for $26, fixed costs are
$150,000, and variable costs are $12 per watch.
What is the firm's gain or loss at sales of 7,000 watches?
Enter loss (if any) as negative value. Round your answer to the
nearest cent.
$
What is the firm's gain or loss at sales of 17,000 watches? Enter
loss (if any) as negative value. Round your answer to the nearest
cent.
$
What is the break-even point...

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costs are $100,000, and variable costs are $10 per
watch.
A/ What is the firm's gain or loss at sales of 7,000
watches? Enter loss (if any) as negative value. Round your answer
to the nearest cent.
$
What is the firm's gain or loss at sales of 20,000 watches? Enter
loss (if any) as negative value. Round your answer to the nearest
cent.
$
B/ What is the break-even...

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loss (if any) as negative value. Round your answer to the nearest
cent.
What is the firm's gain or loss at sales of 20,000 watches?
Enter loss (if any) as negative value. Round your answer to the
nearest cent.
What is the break-even point (unit sales)? Round your...

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$200,000, and variable costs are $13 per watch.
What is the firm's gain or loss at sales of 5,000 watches?
Enter loss (if any) as negative value. Round your answer to the
nearest cent.
$ ______
What is the firm's gain or loss at sales of 18,000 watches? Enter
loss (if any) as negative value. Round your answer to the nearest
cent.
$________
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Michael Company has fixed costs of $1,021,330. The unit selling
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the company's two products are provided below.
Product
Selling
Price
Variable
Cost per Unit
Contribution Margin per Unit
Q
$440
$240
$200
Z
560
500
60
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If required, round your answers...

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Product
Selling Price
Variable Cost per Unit
Contribution Margin per Unit
QQ
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$330
$240
ZZ
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240
70
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Contribution Margin per Unit
Yankee
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