Julianna Abdallah owns and operates FirstCakes, a bakery that creates personalized birthday cakes for a child’s first birthday. The cakes, which sell for $56 and feature an edible picture of the child, are shipped throughout the country. A typical month’s results are as follows: Sales revenue   $749,280 Variable expenses   561,960 Contribution margin   187,320 Fixed expenses   133,000 Operating income   $ 54,320           How many cakes will Julianna Abdallah have to sell if she wants to earn $171,654 in operating income each month?    cakes     LINK TO TEXT LINK TO VIDEO       Assuming a 30% tax rate, how many cakes will Julianna Abdallah have to sell if she wants to earn $74,284 in net income each month? (Round answer to 0 decimal places, e.g. 5,275.)    cakes

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Julianna Abdallah owns and operates FirstCakes, a bakery that creates personalized birthday cakes for a child’s first birthday. The cakes, which sell for $56 and feature an edible picture of the child, are shipped throughout the country. A typical month’s results are as follows:

Sales revenue   $749,280
Variable expenses   561,960
Contribution margin   187,320
Fixed expenses   133,000
Operating income   $ 54,320
 
 
 
 
 
How many cakes will Julianna Abdallah have to sell if she wants to earn $171,654 in operating income each month?

 
 cakes
 
 

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Assuming a 30% tax rate, how many cakes will Julianna Abdallah have to sell if she wants to earn $74,284 in net income each month? (Round answer to 0 decimal places, e.g. 5,275.)

 
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