   Chapter 11, Problem 11.11E

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Textbook Problem

Break-even sales and sales to realize operating income For the current year ending December 31, McAdams Industries expects fixed costs of \$1,860,000, a unit variable cost of \$105, and a unit selling price of \$125. a.Compute the anticipated break-even sales (units). b.Compute the sales (units) required to realize operating income of \$500,000.

To determine

Concept Introduction:

Cost Volume Profit (CVP) Analysis:

The Cost Volume Profit analysis is the analysis of the relation between cost, volume, and profit of a product. It analyzes the cost and profits at the different level of production, in order to determine the breakeven point and required the level of sales to earn the desired profit.

Contribution margin means the margin that is left with the company after recovering variable cost out of revenue earned by selling smart phones. The formula for contribution margin is as follows:

Contribution margin = Sales - Variable cost.

Similarly contribution margin ratio = Contribution/sales

Requirement-a:

To Calculate:

The Breakeven sales units

Explanation

The Breakeven sales units are calculated as follows:

 Selling Price per unit (A) \$ 125 Variable Cost per unit (B) \$ 105
To determine

Concept Introduction:

Cost Volume Profit (CVP) Analysis:

The Cost Volume Profit analysis is the analysis of the relation between cost, volume, and profit of a product. It analyzes the cost and profits at the different level of production, in order to determine the breakeven point and required the level of sales to earn the desired profit.

Contribution margin means the margin that is left with the company after recovering variable cost out of revenue earned by selling smart phones. The formula for contribution margin is as follows:

Contribution margin = Sales - Variable cost.

Similarly contribution margin ratio = Contribution/sales

Requirement-b:

To Calculate:

The required units' sale to earn the desired income

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