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Concord Corporation has a weighted-average unit contribution margin of $30 for its two
products, Standard and Supreme. Expected sales for Concord are 10000 Standard and 90000
Supreme. Fixed expenses are $2100000. How many Standards would Concord sell at the break-
even point?
63000.
O 10000.
70000.
7000.
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Concord Corporation has a weighted-average unit contribution margin of $30 for its two products, Standard and Supreme. Expected sales for Concord are 10000 Standard and 90000 Supreme. Fixed expenses are $2100000. How many Standards would Concord sell at the break- even point? 63000. O 10000. 70000. 7000.