CVP Break even analysis, Cost Accounting

Bottoms Up company produces high quality sports equipment. the companie''s racket division manufactures three tennis rackets- the Standard, Deluxe and the Pro that are widely used in amature play. selected information on the rackets given below:
standard deluxe pro
selling price per racket 3240 4800 7200
variable expense/racket
production 1760 2160 2520
selling
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