Required: 1. Determine the estimated units of sales of the overall (total) product, E, necessary to reach the break-even point for the current year. units 2. Based on the break-even sales (units) in part (1), determine the unit sales of both laptops and tablets for the current year. Laptops units Tablets units 3. Assume that the sales mix was 50% laptops and 50% tablets. Compute the break-even point of the overall (total) product E. units

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1. Determine the estimated units of sales of the overall (total) product, E, necessary to reach the break-even point
for the current year.
units
2. Based on the break-even sales (units) in part (1), determine the unit sales of both laptops and tablets for the
current year.
Laptops
units
Tablets
units
3. Assume that the sales mix was 50% laptops and 50% tablets. Compute the break-even point of the overall
(total) product E.
units
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Required: 1. Determine the estimated units of sales of the overall (total) product, E, necessary to reach the break-even point for the current year. units 2. Based on the break-even sales (units) in part (1), determine the unit sales of both laptops and tablets for the current year. Laptops units Tablets units 3. Assume that the sales mix was 50% laptops and 50% tablets. Compute the break-even point of the overall (total) product E. units

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