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ACC216Notes–Chapter 5

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Covers break-even analysis, contribution margin ratio, and changes in variable & contribution margin expenses.
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Date Created: 02/02/16
ACC  216  Notes  –  Ch.  5     Help  with  homework     1.   For  sales:  10,000  +  100  =  10,100  units  x  35.00   For  Variable:  10,100  x  20.00   Fixed  expense  =  135,000     *Apply  same  formulas  for  other  two  parts,  adjust  units  accordingly     2.   Graph  lines  based  on  numbers  given,  find  where  sales  and  total  expense  lines  meet  for  break -­‐ even  point     3.   200,000  –  120,000  =  80,000   80,000/200,000  (answer  will  be  percentage)     pt.  2:    1,000  x  40%     4.   90  x  2000  =  180,000  in  sales   Sales  manager’s  prediction  with  5,000  increase  in  marketing:  189,000   Contribution  margin  =  30%   189,000  x  30%  =  56,700   180,000  x  30%  =  54,000   56,700  –  54,000  =  2,700   2,700  –  5,000       5.   If  variable  price/unit  goes  up  \$2,  then  contribution/unit  is  now  \$25   10%  x  2000  =  200….200  +  2000  =  2,200   25  x  2,200  =  55,000   27  x  2000  =  54,000   55,000  –  54,000     6.   15  –  12  =  3  (Contribution  margin)….4200/3  =  1,400  (pt.  1)     pt.  2:    4,200/21,000  =  20%....1400  x  15  =  21,000   *repeat  for  parts  3  &  4   *Note  I  only  used  formula  method —much  simpler  than  equation,  in  my  opinion     7.   *Using  formula  method—much  easier   50,000  +  10,000  =  60,000 …..120  –  80  =  40….60,000/40     8.   50,000  +  15,000  =  65,000 ….120  –  80  =  40….165,000/40  =  1,625     9.   30  –  20  =  10….7,500/10  =  750…..750  x  30  =  22,500  (break-­‐even  in  dollars)   1,000  x  30  =  30,000  (total  budgeted  sales)   30,000  –  22,500     pt.  2:    7,500/30,000  (percentage)

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