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# Profit, Income, Sales Revenue, Ending Inventory, and Break-Even Point

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Question 7: On Company and Off Company report the following results:

Both companies increase sales next year by \$500,000. Which company will have the higher profit next year?

A Neither; both companies will have the same profit.
B On will have higher profit (\$100,000 greater than Off).
C Off will have higher profit (\$100,000 greater than On).
D Off will have higher profit (\$200,000 greater than On).

Question 8:

Assume that 500,000 CDs are produced and 450,000 are sold in 2008. What is income under Full Costing?

A \$50,000
B \$500,000
C \$150,000
D \$1,850,000

Question 9: For O'Brien Company, selling price is \$30 per unit and variable costs are \$18 per unit. Fixed costs are \$90,000. At the break-even point, O'Brien would report sales revenue of

A \$ 7,500.
B \$144,000.
C \$150,000.
D \$225,000.

Question 10:

Assume that 500,000 CDs are produced and 450,000 are sold in 2008. What is ending inventory under variable costing?

A \$150,000
B \$200,000
C \$250,000
D \$300,000

Question 11: Last year, Bond Products had profits of \$35,400. Sales of 70,800 units resulted in revenues of \$354,000. Variable costs were \$3.50 per unit. What is Bond's break-even point?

A 70,800 units
B 236,000 units
C 47,200 units
D 118,000 units

Question 12: Randy Company produces a single product that is sold for \$85 per unit. If variable costs per unit are \$26 and fixed costs total \$47,500, how many units must Randy sell in order to earn a profit of \$100,000?

A 1,735
B 618
C 890
D 2,500

#### Solution Preview

Question 7: On Company and Off Company report the following results:

Both companies increase sales next year by \$500,000. Which company will have the higher profit next year?

A Neither; both companies will have the same profit.
B On will have higher profit (\$100,000 greater than Off).
C Off will have higher profit (\$100,000 greater than On).
D Off will have higher profit (\$200,000 greater than On).

The company having lower Variable costs

B) On will have higher profit (\$100,000 greater than Off).

Difference in Profit = Difference in CM ratio * Increase in ...

#### Solution Summary

This solution provides step-by-step calculations and answers for profit, income, sales revenue, ending inventory and break-even point.

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