   Chapter 7, Problem 47E ### Managerial Accounting: The Corners...

7th Edition
Maryanne M. Mowen + 2 others
ISBN: 9781337115773

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Section ### Managerial Accounting: The Corners...

7th Edition
Maryanne M. Mowen + 2 others
ISBN: 9781337115773
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# Klamath Company produces a single product. The projected income statement for the coming year is as follows: Required:1. Compute the unit contribution margin and the units that must be sold to break even.2. Suppose 10,000 units are sold above break-even. What is the operating income?3. Compute the contribution margin ratio. Use the contribution margin ratio to compute the break-even point in sales revenue. (Note: Round the contribution margin ratio to four decimal places, and round the sales revenue to the nearest dollar.) Suppose that revenues are $200,000 more than expected for the coming year. What would the total operating income be? 1. To determine Calculate unit contribution margin and break-even units to be sold. Explanation Contribution margin: Contribution margin can be defined as the amount obtained after deducting the variable expense from sales revenue. It means the amount of sales left after covering the variable expenses. Break-Even Point: The point or situation where the amount of total cost is equivalent to total revenue is known as the break-even point. It is the point where there is no loss or no profit. Use the following formula to calculate unit contribution margin: Unitcontributionmargin=ContributionmarginindollarsUnitssold Substitute$1,856,400 for contribution margin in dollars and 54,600 units for units sold in the above formula

2.

To determine

Calculate operating income if 10,000 units are sold above break-even.

3.

To determine

Calculate contribution margin ratio and break-even sales revenue. Also calculate the total operating income by assuming that the revenue will increase by \$200,000 in the coming year.

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