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5. An item which can be sold for P60 per unit is produced with the following cost:
material cost, P14 per unit; labor cost of P12 per unit; fixed cost P12,000; variable cost
of P8 per unit. What is the break-even sales in volume if 2 out of every 12 units
produced is defective and is rejected with only full recovery on materials?
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5. An item which can be sold for P60 per unit is produced with the following cost: material cost, P14 per unit; labor cost of P12 per unit; fixed cost P12,000; variable cost of P8 per unit. What is the break-even sales in volume if 2 out of every 12 units produced is defective and is rejected with only full recovery on materials?

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