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Chapter 3 Exercises for Practice 1. Sherry's Custom Jewelry sells a single product. 700 units were sold resulting in $7,000 of sales revenue, $2,800 of variable costs, and $1,200 of fixed costs. a. Contribution margin per unit is: _____________ b. If sales increase by $25,000, operating income will increase by: ____________ 2. Holly's Ham, Inc. sells hams during the major holiday seasons. During the current year 11,000 hams were sold resulting in $220,000 of sales revenue, $55,000 of variable costs, and $24,000 of fixed costs. Contribution margin per ham is:______________ 3. Fixed costs equal $12,000, unit contribution margin equals $20, and the number of units sold equal 1,600. Operating income is ____________ 4. If selling price per unit is $30, variable costs per unit are $20, total fixed costs are $10,000, the tax rate is 30%, and the company sells 5,000 units, net income is: 5. Dr. Charles Hunter, MD, performs a certain outpatient procedure for $1,000. His fixed costs are $20,000, while his variable costs are $500 per procedure. Dr. Hunter currently plans to perform 200 procedures this month. What is the budgeted revenue for the month assuming that Dr. Hunter plans to perform this procedure 200 times? What is the budgeted operating income for the month assuming that Dr. Hunter plans to perform the procedure 200 times? 6. Nancy's Niche sells a single product. 8,000 units were sold resulting in $80,000 of sales revenue, $20,000 of variable costs, and $10,000 of fixed costs. a. The contribution margin percentage is____________. b. To achieve $100,000 in operating income, sales must total____________ c. If sales increase by $40,000, operating income will increase by____________ 7. Jennifer's Stuffed Animals reported the following: Revenues $2,000 Variable manufacturing costs $ 400 Variable nonmanufacturing costs $ 460 Fixed manufacturing costs $ 300 Fixed nonmanufacturing costs $ 280 Required: a. Compute contribution margin. b. Compute gross margin. c. Compute operating income. 8. Arthur's Plumbing reported the following: Revenues $4,500 Variable manufacturing costs $ 900 Variable nonmanufacturing costs $ 810 Fixed manufacturing costs $ 630 Fixed nonmanufacturing costs $ 545 Required: a. Compute contribution margin. b. Compute contribution margin percentage. c. Compute gross margin. d. Compute gross margin percentage. e. Compute operating income. 9. Ruben intends to sell his customers a special round-trip airline ticket package. He is able to purchase the package from the airline carrier for $150 each. The round-trip tickets will be sold for $200 each and the airline intends to reimburse Ruben for any unsold ticket packages. Fixed costs include $5,000 in advertising costs. a. What is the contribution margin per ticket package? b. How many ticket packages will Ruben need to sell to break even? c. How many ticket packages will Ruben need to sell in order to achieve $60,000 of operating income? d. For every $25,000 of ticket packages sold, operating income will increase by: 10. Northenscold Company sells several products. Information of average revenue and costs is as follows: Selling price per unit $20.00 Variable costs per unit: Direct material $4.00 Direct manufacturing labor $1.60 Manufacturing overhead $0.40 Selling costs $2.00 Annual fixed costs $96,000 a. The number of units that Northenscold's must sell each year to break even is: b. The number of units that Northenscold's must sell annually to make a profit of $144,000 is: 11. Gilley, Inc., sells a single product. The company's most recent income statement is given below. Sales (4,000 units) $120,000 Less variable expenses(68,000) Contribution margin 52,000 Less fixed expenses (40,000) Net income $ 12,000 Required: a. Contribution margin per unit is $ ________ per unit b. If sales are doubled to $240,000, total variable costs will equal $ ________ c. If sales are doubled to $240,000, total fixed costs will equal $ ________ d. If 10 more units are sold, profits will increase by $ ________ e. Compute how many units must be sold to break even. # ________ f. Compute how many units must be sold to achieve profits of $20,000. # ________ 12. Berhannan's Cellular sells phones for $100. The unit variable cost per phone is $50 plus a selling commission of 10%. Fixed manufacturing costs total $1,250 per month, while fixed selling and administrative costs total $2,500. Required: a. What is the contribution margin per phone? b. What is the breakeven point in phones? c. How many phones must be sold to earn pretax income of $7,500? 13. The Holiday Card Company, a producer of specialty cards, has asked you to complete several calculations based upon the following information: Income tax rate 30% Selling price per unit $6.60 Variable cost per unit $5.28 Total fixed costs $46,200.00 Required: a. What is the breakeven point in cards? b. What sales volume is needed to earn an after-tax net income of $13,028.40? c. How many cards must be sold to earn an after-tax net income of $18,480? 14. Tom's Tire Tower, Inc., sells tires for $110. The unit variable cost per tire is $85. Fixed costs total $475,000. Required: a. What is the contribution margin per tire? b. What is the breakeven point in tires? c. How many tires must be sold to earn a pretax income of $450,000? d. What is the margin of safety, assuming 33,000 tires are sold? ****************

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