In 400-500 words please answer the following: Management decides to increase the selling price from $50 to $55 per unit. Assume that the cost of the product and the fixed operating expenses are not changed by this pricing decision. What cost-volume relationships should Paulsen take into consideration for the original price and the proposed new selling price? Discuss the non-monetary factors that should be taken into consideration before raising a selling price.

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In 400-500 words please answer the following: Management decides to increase the selling price from $50 to $55 per unit. Assume that the cost of the product and the fixed operating expenses are not changed by this pricing decision.

  1. What cost-volume relationships should Paulsen take into consideration for the original price and the proposed new selling price?
  2. Discuss the non-monetary factors that should be taken into consideration before raising a selling price.

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