# ASDF Corporate Income StatementCurrent YearUnits Sold100,000\$37.84\$3, 784,000\$1,284,000Unit PriceSales RevenueVariable Expenses (Materials &Labor)Fixed Expenses (Marketing &Overhead)Earnings Before Interest & Taxes\$350,000\$2,150,000(ЕВIT)\$198,000\$1,952,000Paid InterestEarnings Before Taxes (EBT)\$664,000ТахesNet Income after Taxes (NIAT)\$1,288,000\$258,000DividendsRetained Earnings\$1,030,000 11. Calculate the number of units ASDF must sale to break even. That is calculate BECa Unit Sales.Where:FC Total fixed costsPu-Price per unitVGu Variable cost per unitTotal Fixed CostsFC(Pu-VCu)BE Unit Sales* =Contribution MarginThis is the point where: Total Costs (TC)= Total Revenue (TR)BE Unit Sales(

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1 views help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseASDF Corporate Income Statement Current Year Units Sold 100,000 \$37.84 \$3, 784,000 \$1,284,000 Unit Price Sales Revenue Variable Expenses (Materials & Labor) Fixed Expenses (Marketing & Overhead) Earnings Before Interest & Taxes \$350,000 \$2,150,000 (ЕВIT) \$198,000 \$1,952,000 Paid Interest Earnings Before Taxes (EBT) \$664,000 Тахes Net Income after Taxes (NIAT) \$1,288,000 \$258,000 Dividends Retained Earnings \$1,030,000 fullscreen help_outlineImage Transcriptionclose11. Calculate the number of units ASDF must sale to break even. That is calculate BECa Unit Sales. Where: FC Total fixed costs Pu-Price per unit VGu Variable cost per unit Total Fixed Costs FC (Pu-VCu) BE Unit Sales* = Contribution Margin This is the point where: Total Costs (TC)= Total Revenue (TR) BE Unit Sales ( fullscreen
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Break even unit sales can be described as the level of sale which generate enough revenue to cover variable cost and fixed cost.

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The variable cost per unit is calculated below: help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseTotal variable cost Variable cost per unit = Number of units sold \$1,284,000 100,000 = \$12.84 fullscreen
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The formula to calculate break even u... help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseTotal fixed costs Break even unit sales =; Price per unit Variable cost per unit fullscreen

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