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    Activity Based Costing

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    Question: Consider this situation independently. Suppose that Howard Rockness (the Dad) simply decided to eliminate the Cherry and Grape lines. In the template below, provide Rockness a monthly income statement assuming sales volumes of Diet and Regular remain unchanged, (Note: Be sure you justify your assumptions regarding the behavior of each of the costs that would be incurred if Rockness did this). Reference supporting calculations.

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