1 Problem: A firm sells two products, one call slingers and the other called widgets. The firm has a fixed cost of $50,000.00 per year. Each slinger costs $4 to produce but can be sold in the market for $9 What is the breakeven production of the firm in terms of Widgets and Slingers sold? Each widge
Tucson Machinery, Inc. manufactures numerically controlled machines, which sell for an average price of $0.50 million each. Sales for these NCMs for the past two years were as follows: (see chart in attached file) Quarter Quantity Quarter Quantity I 12 I 16 II 18 II 24 III 26 III 28 IV 16 IV 18
Create an REA model (in either BNF Grammar format or in ER diagram format) for Bowerkate Corporation's revenue cycle
Bowerkate Corporation sells handcrafted surfboards to customers through its network of company salespeople. Each surfboard is given a unique identification number and a suggested selling price when finished. Upon employment each salesperson is immediately assigned to service a separate group of customers. When customer data are
How would you determine the difference between high sales and high demand? Also, if we conducted market surveys to determine the markets demand could that be misinterpreted if sales were low?
Going back to marketing data Using the data you provided collected for the two variables in calculate the least squares regression equation. Interpret the results of equation and determine what the results tell us about the relationship between the variables.
Separate the expense between fixed and variable costs per unit. Using this information and the sales price per unit of $6, compute the break-even point.
Therapeutic Systems sells its products for $8 per unit. It has the following costs: Rent $120,000 Factory labor $1.50 per unit Executive salaries $112,000 Raw material $.70 per unit
The following service contracts, for which Padres Co receives full pymnt on the contract date, have been entered into with special customers: Date Amt Term 7/1/05 $70,000 35 months 10/1/05 $100,000 25 months 4/1/06 $120,000 40 months Padres Co completes work on the contracts e
NEED HELP IN DEFINING THE QUESTION AND READ THE GRAPHS --- 1. Define revenue, fixed cost, variable cost, and contribution margin. 2. What is meant by the term break-even point? Why are managers of a company interested in the break-even point? 3. "A change in fixed costs" in the second cell under break-even analysi
I am not certain how to work the formulas on this problem. Using Percentage of Sales. Eagle Sports Supply has the following financial statements. Assume that Eagle's assets are proportional to its sales. a. Find Eagle's required external funds if it maintains a dividend payout ratio of 70 percent and plans a growth rate o
Attached is a case I need help anwsering. Q. How did actual sales compare with planned sales?
Elm Company makes a product that has peak sales in September of each year. The company has prepared a sales budget for the third quarter of 2003, as shown below. July August September Budgeted sales $500,000 $600,000 $750,000
A city health clinic treats two types of patients: 1) those with physical problems and 2) those with mental health problems. The revenues and costs associated with each type of patient are attached. Fixed costs are expected to be $2,000. a. What is the contribution margin for each type of patient? b. If out total revenue
Should the sales forecast come solely from the sales/marketing groups? Why or why not?