Calculate break even point using a mathematical equation, Cost Accounting

Smart Ltd ha sa unit selling price of $500 variable costs per unit of $325 and fixed costs of $140 000. Calculate the break even point in units using (a) a mathematical equations and (b) contribution margin per unit.

 

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