Business Mathematics Study Set 1

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Quiz 5 :

Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis

Quiz 5 :

Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis

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M Studios retails their own brand of camera that they manufacture in their plant for $500. The plant capacity is 1,000 units per month and variable costs are $225 per camera. Total fixed costs for the year are $2.16 million. How many cameras must be sold per month to have a net income of $40,000?
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A manufacturing company is considering producing a new product. The variable cost of the new product is $60 per unit, and the total fixed costs are $75,000 for a month. The company could produce 1,500 units per month, and sell the product for $125 each. What would be the net income at 75% capacity?
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M Studios retails their own brand of camera that they manufacture in their plant for $500. The plant capacity is 1,000 units per month and variable costs are $225 per camera. Total fixed costs for the year are $2.16 million. Calculate the break-even point as a percentage of capacity.
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Kuldip's factory manufactures toys that sell for $29.95 each. The variable cost per toy is $11, and the total fixed costs for the month are $45,000. What is the break-even point in revenue per month?
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Kuldip's factory manufactures toys that sell for $29.95 each. The variable cost per toy is $11, and the total fixed costs for the month are $45,000. Calculate the unit contribution margin.
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Kuldip's factory manufactures toys that sell for $29.95 each. The variable cost per toy is $11, and the total fixed costs for the month are $45,000. What would unit sales have to be to attain a net income over $8,000?
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Kuldip's factory manufactures toys that sell for $29.95 each. The variable cost per toy is $11, and the total fixed costs for the month are $45,000. What is the break-even point in units per month?
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A manufacturing company is considering producing a new product. The variable cost of the new product is $60 per unit, and the total fixed costs are $75,000 for a month. The company could produce 1,500 units per month, and sell the product for $125 each. What is the break-even point as a percent of capacity?
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Determine the monthly profit (loss) if it sells 325 units per month.
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A manufacturing company is considering producing a new product. The variable cost of the new product is $60 per unit, and the total fixed costs are $75,000 for a month. The company could produce 1,500 units per month, and sell the product for $125 each. Calculate the unit contribution margin.
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The selling price of a widget is $15 and the fixed cost per month is $4,800. The variable cost per widget is $9. Calculate the contribution margin per unit.
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M Studios retails their own brand of camera that they manufacture in their plant for $500. The plant capacity is 1,000 units per month and variable costs are $225 per camera. Total fixed costs for the year are $2.16 million. If fixed costs increase by 10%, what will be the net income at full capacity?
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How many units must be sold per month to break even?
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A manufacturing company is considering producing a new product. The variable cost of the new product is $60 per unit, and the total fixed costs are $75,000 for a month. The company could produce 1,500 units per month, and sell the product for $125 each. What would be the net income at 90% capacity?
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The selling price of a widget is $15 and the fixed cost per month is $4,800. The variable cost per widget is $9. Calculate the break-even point in units per month.
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M Studios retails their own brand of camera that they manufacture in their plant for $500. The plant capacity is 1,000 units per month and variable costs are $225 per camera. Total fixed costs for the year are $2.16 million. Calculate the contribution margin per camera.
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A manufacturing company is considering producing a new product. The variable cost of the new product is $60 per unit, and the total fixed costs are $75,000 for a month. The company could produce 1500 units per month, and sell the product for $125 each. What sales would result in a net income of $16,000?
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How many units must be sold per month to earn a profit of $7,000?
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Kuldip's factory manufactures toys that sell for $29.95 each. The variable cost per toy is $11, and the total fixed costs for the month are $45,000. What would unit sales have to be to attain a net income over $12,000?
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M Studios retails their own brand of camera that they manufacture in their plant for $500. The plant capacity is 1,000 units per month and variable costs are $225 per camera. Total fixed costs for the year are $2.16 million. If fixed costs increase by 10%, how many cameras per month would have to be sold to maintain a net income of $49,500?
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