Metrics 8.1Question HelpWith the population aging and patients who dread sitting in a sterile dental office, dentists are finding an opportunity in dental house calls. The Blende Dental Group hastaken its service on the road in San Francisco and New York City, performing everything from routine exams and cleanings to root canals. Some patients are wealthyand prefer the personal service, whereas others are elderly homebounds who cannot get out to the dentist's office. Recreating a dental office in a home requiresadditional equipment, such as a portable X-ray machine that looks like a ray gun, sterile water tanks, a dental drill, lights, and a laptop. A portable X-ray machine alonecosts $9,000. What types of fixed costs are associated with this service? Assuming fixed costs of adding this mobile service will increase by $17,000 and a desiredcontribution margin of 30 percent, determine the amount of sales necessary to break even on this increase in fixed costs to offer this additional service.What types of fixed costs are associated with this service? Select all that apply.A. EquipmentB. SalariesC. InsuranceD. MaterialsThe required change in breakeven sales is S 56666 (Round to the nearest dollar.)

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so I was able to calculate the break-even sales due to the formula of break-even revenue but how would you find the gross profit, revised price, and revised gross margin?

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With the population aging and patients who dread sitting in a sterile dental office, dentists are finding an opportunity in dental house calls. The Blende Dental Group has
taken its service on the road in San Francisco and New York City, performing everything from routine exams and cleanings to root canals. Some patients are wealthy
and prefer the personal service, whereas others are elderly homebounds who cannot get out to the dentist's office. Recreating a dental office in a home requires
additional equipment, such as a portable X-ray machine that looks like a ray gun, sterile water tanks, a dental drill, lights, and a laptop. A portable X-ray machine alone
costs $9,000. What types of fixed costs are associated with this service? Assuming fixed costs of adding this mobile service will increase by $17,000 and a desired
contribution margin of 30 percent, determine the amount of sales necessary to break even on this increase in fixed costs to offer this additional service.
What types of fixed costs are associated with this service? Select all that apply.
A. Equipment
B. Salaries
C. Insurance
D. Materials
The required change in breakeven sales is S 56666 (Round to the nearest dollar.)
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Metrics 8.1 Question Help With the population aging and patients who dread sitting in a sterile dental office, dentists are finding an opportunity in dental house calls. The Blende Dental Group has taken its service on the road in San Francisco and New York City, performing everything from routine exams and cleanings to root canals. Some patients are wealthy and prefer the personal service, whereas others are elderly homebounds who cannot get out to the dentist's office. Recreating a dental office in a home requires additional equipment, such as a portable X-ray machine that looks like a ray gun, sterile water tanks, a dental drill, lights, and a laptop. A portable X-ray machine alone costs $9,000. What types of fixed costs are associated with this service? Assuming fixed costs of adding this mobile service will increase by $17,000 and a desired contribution margin of 30 percent, determine the amount of sales necessary to break even on this increase in fixed costs to offer this additional service. What types of fixed costs are associated with this service? Select all that apply. A. Equipment B. Salaries C. Insurance D. Materials The required change in breakeven sales is S 56666 (Round to the nearest dollar.)

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