Calculate annual revenue, Cost Accounting

Bentley Plastics Ltd. Has annual fixed cost of $450,000, variable costs of $15 per unit and a contribution rate of 40%

a.    What annual revenue is required to break even?
b.    What annual unit sales are required to break even?
c.    What will be the annual net income at annual sales of 50,000 units?

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