Use your knowledge of income statements to fill in the missing items:

Cost of goods sold $575,000

Gross profit $1,600,000

General and administrative expense $200,000

Selling and marketing expense $

Depreciation $50,000

Operating income $

Interest $100,000

Income before taxes $

Income taxes (30%) $

Net income $700,000

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