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Given the following information:
Variable cost per unit
$5.00
%3D
July fixed cost per unit
$7.00
%3D
Units sold and produced in July
28,000
%3D
What is total estimated cost for August if 30,000 units are projected to be produced and sold?
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Given the following information: Variable cost per unit $5.00 %3D July fixed cost per unit $7.00 %3D Units sold and produced in July 28,000 %3D What is total estimated cost for August if 30,000 units are projected to be produced and sold?

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