The manufacturing costs of Mocha Industries for three months of the year are as follows:   Total Cost Production April $98,908 1,180 Units May 101,540 1,650   June 105,740 2,400   a.  Using the high-low method, determine the variable cost per unit. Round your answer to two decimal places.$ per unit b.  Using the high-low method, determine the total fixed costs.$

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The manufacturing costs of Mocha Industries for three months of the year are as follows:

  Total Cost Production
April $98,908 1,180 Units
May 101,540 1,650  
June 105,740 2,400  

a.  Using the high-low method, determine the variable cost per unit. Round your answer to two decimal places.
$ per unit

b.  Using the high-low method, determine the total fixed costs.
$

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