Break Even point, Cost Accounting

#question.ABC Corportaion produces and sell two products. In the most recent month, Product 123 had sales of $33,000 and variable expenses of $15,840. Product 245 had sales of $42,000 and variable expenses of $4,410. The fixed expenses of the entire company were $30,000.

If the sales mix of the product 123 decreases from 44% to 34% and, as the result, the sales mix of 245 increases from 56% to 66%, what will be ABC break-even revenue (rounded)?

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