homework, Managerial Accounting

costs/per unit labor ... $ 4 materials ...5
fixed cost... $ 12
determine the break even point in units if the seeling price is $ 19

determine the break even point in sales at a selling price of $ 19.00


what would profits be if this company produced and sold ... 1,000 units ?
2,000 units _______?
4,000 units _______?
fixed cost $ 12,000
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