# Chapter 4 Accounting

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Name:                                                           Date:
Instructor:                                                       Course:
Managerial Accounting, 4th Edition by James Jiambalvo
Solving Managerial Accounting Problems Using Microsoft Excel
for Windows Templates by Rex A Schildhouse
EXERCISE E4-12 - CVP Analysis, Profit Equation
Clyde’s Marina has estimated that fixed costs per month are                 \$300,000 and variable cost
per dollar of sales is    \$0.40

Required
a. What is the break-even point per month in sales?

Selling price: (Relational)             Amount
Variable cost: (Relational)             Amount
Contribution Margin: (Relational)       Formula

Fixed costs:              Amount             ÷     Amount         =       Formula

b. What level of sales is needed for a monthly profit of          \$60,000 ?

(     Amount          +       Amount )      ÷          Amount         =       Formula

c. For the month of July, the marina anticipates sales of       \$1,000,000 What is the expected level of
profit?

(     Amount          *       Amount )       -         Amount         =       Formula

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