VK Ltd a multi product company, Management Theories


VK Ltd a multi product company, furnishes you the following data relating to the year 2000.

First half sales Second half sales
Sales Rs.45000 Rs.50000
Total cost Rs.40000 Rs.43000

Assuming that there is no change in price and variable costs and that the fixed exepenses are incurred equally in the two half year periods calculate for the year 200

1 The Profit Volume Rations
2 Fixed Expenses
3 Break Even Sales
4 Percentage of margin of safety
5 Marks each
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