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Managerial Accounting 1B
Financial
and Managerial Accounting
Chapter 18
1.Exercise 185 Predicting sales and variable costs using
contribution margin L.O. C2
Orlando Company management

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Required:


1.

Compute the amount of total dollar

Â
Total dollar sales

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2.

Compute the amount of total

Total variable costs


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2.
Exercise 1810 Contribution margin, breakeven, and CVP chart
L.O. P2
Apollo Company manufactures a

(a)

Compute the company’s contribution

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Contribution margin


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(b)

Compute the company’s contribution

Â
Contribution margin

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(c)

Compute the company’s breakeven

Breakeven point



(d)

Compute the company’s breakeven point

Breakeven point

3.
Exercise 1812 Income reporting and breakeven analysis L.O. C2
Apollo Company manufactures a

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(1)

Prepare a contribution margin

(2)

Assume if the companyâ€™s fixed

Breakeven

4.
Exercise 1813 Computing sales to achieve target income L.O. C2
Apollo Company manufactures a

(1)

Compute the unit sales to earn the

Unit sales



(2)

Compute the dollar sales to earn

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Dollar sales

5.
Exercise 1815 Predicting unit and dollar sales L.O. C2
Greenspan Company management

(1)

Compute the total expected dollar

Total expected dollar

(2)

Compute the number of units

Expected unit sales

6.
Exercise 1817 CVP analysis using composite units L.O. P4
Home Builders sells windows and

(1)

Determine the selling price per

Selling price per

(2)

Determine the variable costs per

Variable costs per

(3)

Determine the breakeven point in composite

Breakeven point

composite

(4)

Determine the number of units of




Unit sales of windows



Unit sales of doors at




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7.
Problem 181A Contribution margin income statement and
contribution margin ratio L.O. A1
The following costs result from

Required:

1.

Prepare a contribution margin

2.1

Compute its contribution margin

2.2

Compute its contribution margin

Contribution margin

8.
Problem 187A Breakeven analysis with composite units L.O. P4
National Co. manufactures and

Required:


1.

Assume if the company continues to

BreakEven

Sales

Sales

Red at breakeven



White at breakeven



Blue at breakeven




2.

Assume if the company uses the new

BreakEven

Sales

Sales

Red at breakeven



White at breakeven



Blue at breakeven




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