The resulting percentage change in earnings per share

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Use the following information about Rat Race Home Security, Inc. to answer the questions:

Average selling price per unit $301.

Variable cost per unit $190

Units sold 355

Fixed costs $9,726

Interest expense 13,068

Based on the data above, what will be the resulting percentage change in earnings per share of Rat Race Home Security, Inc. if they expect operating profit to change 9.0 percent?

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