Check my work pls. 1. The components of ___ are variable costs and fixed costs. A. Entire cost B. Total cost* C. Complete cost D. Required cost 2. What is the margin of safety? A. How much sales can fall

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  1. Personal Finance

    Check my work pls. 1. The components of ___ are variable costs and fixed costs. A. Entire cost B. Total cost* C. Complete cost D. Required cost 2. What is the margin of safety? A. How much sales can fall before a business starts making less 5% B. How much

  2. Accounting

    CollegePak Company produced and sold 60,000 backpacks during the year just ended at an average price of $20 per unit. Variable manufacturing costs were $8 per unit, and variable marketing costs were $4 per unit sold. Fixed costs amounted to $180,000 for

  3. Economics

    PROBLEM SOLVING 1: "ANDREA'S SOFTWARE BUSINESS" I. Complete the following table: DO THE MATH Data Number of Programs Total Fixed Costs Total Variable Costs Total Costs Marginal Costs Average Fixed Costs Average Variable Costs Average Total Costs 0 $60 $0

  4. Finance

    Personal Finance school can you check my answers? 1. The two components of are variable costs and fixed costs. Entire cost Total cost* Complete cost Required cost 2. What is the margin of safety? How much sales can fall before a business starts making less

  5. Microeconomics

    A computer company produces affordable, easy-to-use home computer systems and has fixed costs of $250. The marginal cost of producing computers is $700 for the first computer, $250 for the second, $300 for the third, and $350 for the fourth, $400 for the

  6. cost accounting

    The East Company manufactures several different products. Unit costs associated with Product ORD203 are as follows: Direct materials $50 Direct manufacturing labor 8 Variable manufacturing overhead 10 Fixed manufacturing overhead 23 Sales commissions (2%

  7. ACCOUNTING

    Gardner Manufacturing Company produces a product that sells for $120. A selling commission of 10% of the selling price is paid on each unit sold. Variable manufacturing costs are $60 per unit. Fixed manufacturing costs are $20 per unit based on the current

  8. Economics

    The accompanying table shows a car manufacturer’s total cost of producing cars: Qty |TC| Variable Costs| Avg. Var. Costs| Avg. Total Costs| Avg. Fixed Costs 0 |$500,000| ---- | ---- | ---- |---- | 1 |540,000 | 2 |560,000 | 3 |570,000 | 4 |590,000 | 5

  9. Accounting

    If fixed costs are $300,000, the unit selling price is $31, and the unit variable costs are $22, what is the break-even sales (units) if fixed costs are reduced by $30,000? Answer 30,000 units 8,710 units 12,273 units 20,000 units

  10. accounting

    In addition, assume that Anheuser-Busch InBev sold 200 million barrels of beer during the year. Assume that variable costs were 75% of the cost of goods sold and 40% of selling, general and administration expenses. Assume that the remaining costs are

  11. Math

    Can I get some help with this question please? Calculating break-even. Jasmine Gonzales, administrative director of Small Imaging Center, has been asked by the practice members to see if it is feasible to add more staff to support the practice’s

  12. Business Finance

    Vandalay Industries is considering the purchase of a new machine for the production of latex. Machine A costs $2,190,000 and will last for 7 years. Variable costs are 38 percent of sales, and fixed costs are $122,000 per year. Machine B costs $4,530,000

  13. Math Question

    A product may be made using machine I or machine II. The manufacturer estimates that the monthly fixed costs of using machine I are $18,000, whereas the monthly fixed costs of using machine II are $15,000. The variable costs of manufacturing 1 unit of the

  14. Accounting

    The standard costs and actual costs for factory overhead for the manufacture of 2,500 units of actual production are as follows: Standard Costs Fixed overhead (based on 10,000 hours) 3 hours @ $.80 per hour Variable overhead 3 hours @ $2.00 per hour Actual

  15. Math

    A small publishing company is planning to publish a new book. The production costs will include one-time fixed costs (editing) and variable costs (printing). One time fixed cost will total $76,322. The variable costs will be $10 per book. The publisher

  16. ACC

    someone help me with this questions please 1. How would the following costs be classified (product or period) under variable costing at a retail clothing store? Cost of purchasing clothing Sales commissions A) Product Product B) Product Period C) Period

  17. accounting

    "Harris Company manufactures and sells a single product. A partically completed schedule of the company's total and per unit cost over the relevant range of 30,000 to 50,000 per units produced and sold are: United produced and Sold: 30,000 ; 40,000; 50,000

  18. Accounting

    If fixed costs are $350,000, the unit selling price is $29, and the unit variable costs are $20, what is the break-even sales (units) if the variable costs are decreased by $4? Answer 26,924 units 12,069 units 21,875 units 38,889 units

  19. accounting

    Fixed Company produces a single product selling for $30 per unit. Variable costs are $12 per unit and total fixed costs are $4,000. What is the contribution margin ratio? (Points :1) 1.67 2.50 0.40 0.60

  20. accounting

    The predicted 2009 costs for Osaka Motors are as follows: Manufacturing Costs Selling and Administrative Costs Variable $100,000 Variable $300,000 Fixed 220,000 Fixed 200,000 Average total assets for 2009 are predicted to be $7,000,000. (a) If management

  21. finance

    Would each of the following increase, decrease, or have an in determinant effect on a firm’s breakeven point (unit sales)? a. An increase in the sales price with no change in unit costs. b. An increase in fixed costs accompanied by a decrease in variable

  22. finance

    Would each of the following increase, decrease, or have an indeterminant effect on a firm’s breakeven point (unit sales)? a. An increase in the sales price with no change in unit costs. b. An increase in fixed costs accompanied by a decrease in variable

  23. Financial Management

    Out of these major fee-settings issues ? what are the most important issues for a human service agency to address? What issues is least important? What is the basis for your decision 1. Direct and indirect costs 2. Depreciation and use allowance 3.

  24. ACCOUNTING

    Gardner Manufacturing Company produces a product that sells for $120. A selling commission of 10% of the selling price is paid on each unit sold. Variable manufacturing costs are $60 per unit. Fixed manufacturing costs are $20 per unit based on the current

  25. Managerial Accounting

    Gardner Manufacturing Company produces a product that sells for $120. A selling commission of 10% of the selling price is paid on each unit sold. Variable manufacturing costs are $60 per unit. Fixed manufacturing costs are $20 per unit based on the current

  26. econ/business

    Last month, Sue, of Sue's Sandwiches, sold $3,000 worth of product (sandwiches and sodas) from her sidewalk cart to 300 customers. She spent $600 on the sandwich ingredients and buying the sodas wholesale. Her monthly costs are the following: Utilities =

  27. ECONOMICS

    suppose that the short run costs for a paintbrush manufacturer are given by the expression: TC= 100+2Q+.01 Q2 A. WAT ARE THE FIXED COSTS OF THIS MANUFACTURE? B. WHAT ARE THE TOTAL COSTS , AVERAGE COST, AVERAGE VARIABLE COST AND MARGINAL COST AT 50 AND 100

  28. managerial accounting

    Using the data below please do the following in an Excel spreadsheet and e-mail it directly to me. 1. Prepare an income statement using variable costing (25 points) 2. Compute the unit product cost under both absorption and variable costing (10 points) 3.

  29. accounting

    frustrated been working on this for over three hours and now my mind has drawn a blank help please. Meriden Company has a unit selling price of $500, variable costs per unit of $250, and fixed costs of $202,750. Compute the break-even point in units using

  30. Economics

    Say you are the manager of a perfectly competitive firm selling a product. Your business is making a loss because total revenue is less than total costs. What would you do--shut down or continue to operate? Use hypothetical numbers to explain. Information

  31. General Economics

    • Businesses often decide between using automation and labor in production. An automotive environment may have high fixed costs and low variable costs, and an industry that utilizes manual labor for production will have low fixed costs and high variable

  32. Math

    3. The costs of doing business for a company can be found by adding fixed costs, such as rent, insurance, and wages, and variable or suppliers costs, which are the costs to purchase the product you are selling. The portion of the company’s fixed costs

  33. math

    The fixed costs of oreparting a business are the costs include rent, fixed salaries, and costs of buying machinery. The variable costs of operating a business are the costs that change with the level of ouput. Variable costs include raw materials, hourly

  34. FINANCIAL

    Understanding the difference between fixed and variable costs, what area of a health care facility or physician practice do you think would have a greater amount of variable costs than fixed? What would you suggest to lower the fixed costs for the same

  35. Finance in Healthcare

    Understanding the difference between fixed and variable costs, what area of a health care facility or physician practice do you think would have a greater amount of variable costs than fixed? What would you suggest to lower the fixed costs for the same

  36. algebra

    The costs of doing business for a company can be found by adding fixed costs., such as rent, insurance, and wage, and variable costs, which are the costs to purchase product you are selling. The portion of the company's fixed costs allotted to this product

  37. Algebra

    The costs of doing business for a company can be found by adding fixed costs, such as rent, insurance, and wages, and variable costs, which are the costs to purchase the product you are selling. The portion of the company’s fixed costs allotted to this

  38. algebra

    the costs of doing business for a company can be found by adding fixed costs, such as rent, insurance, and wages, and variable costs, which are the costs to purchase the product you are selling. The portion of the company's fixed costs allotted to this

  39. algebra

    The costs of doing business for a company can be found by adding fixed costs, such as rent, insurance, and wages, and variable costs, which are the costs to purchase the product you are selling. The portion of the company’s fixed costs allotted to this

  40. accounting

    Computing Markups The predicted 2009 costs for Osaka Motors are as follows: Manufacturing Costs Selling and Administrative Costs Variable $100,000 Variable $300,000 Fixed 230,000 Fixed 200,000

  41. MAT 117 - ALGEBRA 2

    The costs of doing business for a company can be found by adding fixed costs, such as rent, insurance, and wages, and variable costs, which are the costs to purchase the product you are selling. The portion of the company’s fixed costs allotted to this

  42. Financial Management

    I need to know how to find the fixed cost and the variable cost along with the break even point using this information. During the sixth month of the fiscal year, the program director of the Westchester Home-Delivered Meals (WHDM) program decides to again

  43. Cost Accounting

    What effect can an increase in production volume has on per unit fixed costs, per unit variable costs, total fixed costs, and total variable costs?

  44. ALGEBRA

    The costs of doing business for a company can be found by adding fixed costs, such as rent, insurance, and wages, and variable costs, which are the costs to purchase the product you are selling. The portion of the company’s fixed costs allotted to this

  45. marketing

    1.A store has fixed costs of 80,000 and an avarage gross margin of 26%. Variable expenses are estimated to be 6% of sales. a.calculate the break-even sales volume. b.calculate the profit/losses for sales of 300,000 I got the formulas: unit contribution=

  46. Accounting

    During the sixth month of the fiscal year, the program director of the Westchester Home-Delivered Meals (WHDM) program decides to again recompute fixed costs, variable costs, and the BEP using the high–low method. Here are the number of meals served and

  47. Financing

    During the sixth month of the fiscal year, the program director of the Westchester Home-Delivered Meals (WHDM) program decides to again recompute fixed costs, variable costs, and the BEP using the high–low method. Here are the number of meals served and

  48. Accounting

    Costs can be classified into two categories, fixed and variable costs. These costs behave differently based on the level of sales volumes. Suppose we are running a restaurant and have identified certain costs along with the number of annual units sold of

  49. this right

    7) . How should mixed costs be classified in CVP analysis? What approach is used to effect the appropriate classification? Most of your costs are going to be semi-mixed/semi-variable. You will have to try to segregate the two types of costs, fixed and

  50. business econ

    What is the break even in units? Bottle, Label and Production (direct material and labor) = $9.12 per 12 oz. can Advertising & promotion (fixed) = $218,000 Company Overhead (fixed) = $354,000 Formula I'm using: Breakeven in units (BEU)= total fixed cost /

  51. CALCULUS ECONOMICS

    Consider the problem of a competitive firm which has fixed costs of $1000, semi-fixed-costs of $1000, and variable costs given by q^2. QUESTION: What is the maximum market price at which the firm decides to supply zero?

  52. CALCULUS ECONOMICS

    Consider the problem of a competitive firm which has fixed costs of $1000, semi-fixed-costs of $1000, and variable costs given by q2. QUESTION: What is the maximum market price at which the firm decides to supply zero?

  53. algebra

    Jill’s Company produces lawnmowers. It has fixed costs of $1000 per week and Variable costs of $70 per lawn mower. Express the total weekly costs C(x) as a function of the production level x.

  54. math

    A company's sales revenue decreased by 15% from one operating period to the next. Assuming no change in the prices of its inputs and outputs, by what percentage did: Fixed costs change? Unit variable costs change? Total variable costs change?

  55. economics

    Consider the problem of a competitive firm which has fixed costs of $1000, semi-fixed-costs of $1000, and variable costs given by q^2. What is the maximum market price at which the firm decides to supply zero?

  56. Accounting

    Montana Company produces basketballs. It incurred the following costs during the year. Direct materials: $14,032 Direct Labor: $25,706 Fixed manufacturing overhead: $9,698 Variable manufacturing overhead: $32,164 Selling Costs: $21,176 What are the total

  57. Finance/math

    Reimbursement per screen 66.05 Equip cost/mo 1450.00 technologist cost per Mammography $15.60 tech aid/per $3.10 Variable cost per mamo $15.00 Equip. maintanance/mo. per machine $916.66 1) what is the monthly patient volume needed per month to cover fixed

  58. college algebra

    A musician is planning to market a CD. The fixed costs are $1260 and the variable costs are $5 per CD. The wholesale price of the CD will be $11. For the artist to make a profit, revenues must be greater than costs. How many CDs, x, must be sold for the

  59. English

    Do you know what the 5 OMM costs of a restaurant would be. I know what the 5 OMM costs are (raw materials and components costs, plant costs, labor costs, inventory costs, and distribution costs) but I need to know what they would be for a restaurant.

  60. Other

    Do you know what the 5 OMM costs of a restaurant would be. I know what the 5 OMM costs are (raw materials and components costs, plant costs, labor costs, inventory costs, and distribution costs) but I need to know what they would be for a restaurant.

  61. financial management

    I need some help I have the numbers I need but do not understand how to do break even points. The formula is PX = A + BX where P = Unit cost or price of the service X = Amount of service to be provided (an unknown) A = Fixed costs B = Variable costs The

  62. Finance

    We are evaluating a project that costs $670,000, has a five-year life, and has no salvage value. Assume that depreciation is straight-line to zero over the life of the project. Sales are projected at 59,000 units per year. Price per unit is $44, variable

  63. finance

    Would each of the following increase, decrease, or have an indeterminant effect on a firm’s breakeven point (unit sales)? a. An increase in the sales price with no change in unit costs. b. An increase in fixed costs accompanied by a decrease in variable

  64. Economics

    Hi there, I am having trouble with this problem.Can you give me some guidance. In planning the publication of a new engineering economics textbook, the publisher has identified the following fixed and variable costs. Fixed Costs Overhead- $10,000 Editing

  65. Accounting

    Anheuser-Busch InBev Companies, Inc reported the following operating information for a recent year. In addition assume that Anheuser-Busch InBev sold 200 million barrels of beer during the year. Assume that variable costs were 75% of the cost of goods sold

  66. finance

    Calculating break-even. Jasmine Gonzales, administrative director of Small Imaging Center, has been asked by the practice members to see if it is feasible to add more staff to support the practice’s mammography service, which currently has 2 analogue

  67. accounting

    This year , Kirby company sold 35,000 units of production at $16 per unit. Maunfactoring and selling the product required $120,000 of mixed manufacturing costs and $180,000 of fixed selling and administrative expenses. This years variable costs and

  68. economics

    A firm has fixed costs of $30.00 and variable costs as indicated in the table below. Complete the table. Instructions: Round your answers so that you enter no more than 2 decimal places. Total Product Total Fixed Cost Total Variable Cost Total Cost Average

  69. Principles of Microeconomics

    A firm has fixed costs of $60 and variable costs as indicated in the table below.

  70. Financial officer Interview

    1.Briefly describe your current position and its duties and responsibilities. 2.What are the revenue centers for your organization 3.What types of centers (departments) have budgets? 4.How many cost centers are there? Can you give some examples? 5.How

  71. accounting

    This year , Kirby company sold 35,000 units of production at $16 per unit. Maunfactoring and selling the product required $120,000 of mixed manufacturing costs and $180,000 of fixed selling and administrative expenses. This years variable costs and

  72. accounting

    When fixed costs are unitized, they A. may appear to be variable costs. B. may cause managers to make decisions that are not in the best interest of the company as a whole. C. are stated on a per unit basis. D. All of the above are true.

  73. Business/Break even analysis

    I am trying to understand the break even analysis for a aircraft fractional ownership company. Can anyone help me understand how this would work? It depends on the constructs you have been presented. You need the fixed costs, and the variable per unit

  74. accounting 2

    Allen Company sells flags with team logos. Allen has fixed costs of $ 875000 per year plus variable costs of $ 12.50 per flag. Each flag sells for $ 25.00. 1-Use the equation approach to compute the number of flags Allen must sell each year to break even.

  75. microeconomics

    A firm currently uses 40,000 workers to produce 180,000 units of output per day. The daily wage per worker is $100, and the price of the firm's output is $28. The cost of other variable inputs is $500,000 per day. (Note: Assume that output is constant at

  76. economics

    A firm currently uses 40,000 workers to produce 180,000 units of output per day. The daily wage per worker is $100, and the price of the firm's output is $28. The cost of other variable inputs is $500,000 per day. (Note: Assume that output is constant at

  77. Business

    A firm currently uses 50,000 workers to produce 120,000 units of output per day. The daily wage per worker is $100, and the price of the firm's output is $48. The cost of other variable inputs is $400,000 per day. (Note: Assume that output is constant at

  78. accounting

    This year , Kirby company sold 35,000 units of production at $16 per unit. Maunfactoring and selling the product required $120,000 of mixed manufacturing costs and $180,000 of fixed selling and administrative expenses. This years variable costs and

  79. account

    Required: JZ is a musician who is considering whether to independently produce and sell a CD. JZ estimates fixed costs of $10,000 and variable costs of $4.00 per unit. The expected selling price is $12 per CD. What is JZ's break-even point in units and

  80. college finite math

    A product may be made using Machine I or Machine II. The manufacturer estimates that the monthly fixed costs of using Machine I are $17,000, whereas the monthly fixed costs of using Machine II are $14,000. The variable costs of manufacturing 1 unit of the

  81. human services management

    does anyone know how to calculate fixed costs, variable costs and break even points on balance sheets, cash statements and income statements?

  82. Business Management

    50 lb bags @ $12.50/bag Fixed Costs: $68,000 Variable Costs $.15/lb Annual Interest Expected $7500 A. What is the break-even point in bags? B. C.

  83. Accounting

    For the past year, Hornbostel Company had fixed costs of $6,552,000, a unit variable cost of $444, and a unit selling price of $600. For the coming year, no changes are expected in revenues and costs, except that a new wage contract will increase variable

  84. Economics

    You’ve been hired by an unprofitable firm to determine whether it should shut down its unprofitable operation. The firm currently uses 70 workers to produce 300 units of output per day. The daily wage (per worker) is $100, and the price of the firm’s

  85. Business Economics

    When we are given an expression for the Short Run Total Cost Curve (for eg: 8 + 3Q - 1.5Q^2 + 0.25Q^3), how do you derive expressions for the following: 1. Average Fixed Costs 2. Average Viarable Costs Curve 3. Marginal Costs Curve 4. Short Run Supply

  86. MicroEconomics

    A firm currently uses 50,000 workers to produce 120,000 units of output per day. The daily wage per worker is $100, and the price of the firm's output is $48. The cost of other variable inputs is $400,000 per day. (Note: Assume that output is constant at

  87. finance

    Consider a 2 yr project with initial fixed asset investment=$495,000, straight line depreciation to zero over the 2 yr life, zero salvage value, selling price =$39, variable costs=$20. fixed costs=$210,000, quantity sold=150,000 units, tax rate=31%. How

  88. accounting

    Canine Company produces and sells dog treats for discriminating pet owners. The unit selling price is $10, unit variable costs are $7, and total fixed costs are $3,300. What are breakeven sales?

  89. algebra

    it costs $2000 to purchase a copier, and each copy costs $0.02 to make. what is the fixed cost? what is the variable cost? and what is the cost equation for c in the terms of x?

  90. Math-FInance please help me

    Healthy food Inc sells 50lb bags of grapes to the military for $10 a bag. The fixed costs of this operation are $80,000 while the variable costs of the grapes are $10 per lb. 1. what us the break even point 2. what is the degree of combined leverage at

  91. Business Management

    a firm that produce car components has fixed costs of 40000 per month and variable cost of 24.00 per component, regardless of the number of units sold. find the break even point in units and explain it by means of a graph

  92. Accounting

    The standard costs and actual costs for factory overhead for the manufacture of 2,500 units of actual production are as follows: StandardCosts Fixed overhead (based on 10,000 hours) 3 hours @ $.80 per hour Variable overhead3 hours @ $2.00 per hour Actual

  93. Accounting

    Waterways is thinking of mass-producing one of its special-order sprinklers. To do so would increase variable costs for all sprinklers by an average of $0.70 per unit. The company also estimates that this change could increase the overall number of

  94. Managerial Accounting

    Waterways is thinking of mass-producing one of its special-order sprinklers. To do so would increase variable costs for all sprinklers by an average of $0.70 per unit. The company also estimates that this change could increase the overall number of

  95. Financial Management for HHS

    What are the most important issues for a human service agency to address? What issue is least important? Explain In the reading material I have it says the most important issues for a human service agency to address are direct and indirect costs,

  96. Healthcare Finance

    you are considering starting a walk in clinic. Your financial projections are as follows: revenues $400,000, wages and benefits 220000, rent $5,000., depreciation $30,000., utilities $2,500., medical supplies $50,000. and administrative costs $10,000.

  97. Accounting

    a. Bryan Company budgets sales of $1,800,000, fixed costs of $1,000,000, and variable costs of $1,080,000. What is the contribution margin ratio for Bryan Company? (Enter your answer as a whole number.) % b. If the contribution margin ratio for Carnegie

  98. Math

    The demand for item A is P=40 -3.5Q The production of A entails the following average variable costs: AVC=1.5Q - 35 Fixed Costs are 24. a) Calculate the revenue maximizing price of A Revenue= PQ Revenue= 40Q-3.5Q^2 Revenue' = 40-7Q Q=40/7 P=40-3.5(40/7)

  99. MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING

    COSTS CAN BE CLASSIFIED INTO TWO CATEGORIES FIXED AND VARIABLE COSTS THESE COST BEHAVE DIFFERENTLY BASED ON THE LEVEL OF VOLUME SUPPOSE WE ARE RUNNING A RESTAURANT AND HAVE IDENTIFIED CERTAIN COST ALONG WITH THE NUMBER OF ANNUAL UNIT SOLD OF 1000 TOTAL

  100. finance

    onsider a four-year project with the following information: initial fixed asset investment = $570,000; straight-line depreciation to zero over the four-year life; zero salvage value; price = $30; variable costs = $22; fixed costs = $210,000; quantity sold

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