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1. Penny Pincher, Inc. had a contribution margin of $33,000 on sales of $50,000 and had fixed costs of $18,000. Calculate its break-even point in sales dollars.
2. Krueger Company has a variable cost percentage of 32% on a product that sells for $28 per unit. Fixed costs are $30,000. Krueger wants to know how many units must be sold (a) to break even and (b) to earn a profit of $15,000. Ignore income taxes.
3. Kibble Company had the following functional income statement for the month of July 2011:
Kibble Company
Functional Income Statement
For the Month Ending July 31, 2011
Sales ($40 x 25,000) $1,000,000
Cost of goods sold:
Direct materials ($8 x 25,000) $200,000
Direct labor ($6 x 25,000) 150,000
Variable factory overhead ($5.00 x 25,000) 125,000
Fixed factory overhead 180,000 - 655,000
Gross profit $ 345,000
Selling and administrative expenses:
Variable ($1.00 x 25,000) $25,000
Fixed 60,000 - 85,000
Net income
$ 260,000

Calculate Kibble Company''s break-even sales in units



4. Crazy Crafters is a manufacturer of furniture items. The company is considering the possibility of offering a new coffee table that would sell for $415 each. Cost to manufacture these coffee tables includes $135 in materials and $80 in direct labor for each coffee table. Variable marketing and selling costs would be $25 each. In order to manufacture these coffee tables, the company would need to incur $525,000 in fixed costs for new equipment.
a. Compute the break-even point of the coffee tables in units sold.
b. What would be the total revenue at the break-even point?
c. How many units would Crazy Crafters need to sell to earn a profit of $157,500?
d. If fixed costs in fact are $595,000 rather than $525,000, how many units would need to be sold in order to earn $157,500?
5. Rosebud’s income statement is as follows:
Sales (20,000 units) $100,000
Less variable costs - 60,000
Contribution margin $40,000
Less fixed costs - 24,000
Net income $12,000
If sales increase by $15,000, by how much will net income increase?
6. For the following case, compute the missing values indicated by the letters.
Case A
Unit sales 800
Sales revenue $40,000
Variable cost per unit $35
Total Contribution Margin A
Fixed costs $2,500
Operating income B
Unit contribution margin C
Break-even point (units) D
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