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  • Bayside Apartments is a 750-unit apartment complex. When the apartments are 90% occupied, monthly operating costs total $216,825. When occupancy dips to 80%, monthly operating costs fall to $212,400. The owner of the apartment complex is worried because many of the apartment residents work at a nearby manufacturing plant that has just ann

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  • Bayview Apartments is a 500-unit apartment complex. When the apartments are 90% occupied, monthly operating costs total $200,000. When occupancy dips to 80%, monthly operating costs fall to $197,000. The owner of the apartment complex is worried because many of the apartment residents work at a nearby manufacturing plant that has just ann

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  • Bayview Apartments is a 750- unit apartment complex. When the apartments are 90% ­occupied, monthly operating costs total $ 217,150. When occupancy dips to 80%, monthly operating costs fall to $ 212,800. The owner of the apartment complex is worried because many of the apartment residents work at a nearby manufacturing plant that has jus

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  • Because of seasonal fluctuations, Norel Corporation has a problem determining the unit cost of the products it produces. For example, high heating costs during the winter months causes per-unit cost to be higher than per-unit cost in the summer months even when the same number of units of product is produced. Suggest several ways that Nor

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  • Beets Company sells a product for $75 per unit. The variable cost is $65 per unit, and fixed costs are $100,000. Determine (a) The break-even point in sales units and (b) The break-even point in sales units if the company desires a target profit of $50,000.

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  • Bellati Inc. produces large industrial machinery. Bellati has a machining department and a group of direct laborers called machinists. Each machinist is paid $50,000 and can machine up to 500 units per year. Bellati also hires supervisors to develop machine specification plans and to oversee production within the machining department. Giv

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  • Ben Palman owns an art gallery. He accepts paintings and sculpture on consignment and then receives 20 percent of the price of each piece as his fee. Space is limited, and there are costs involved, so Ben is careful about accepting artists. When he does accept one, he arranges for an opening show (usually for three hours on a weekend nigh

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  • Ben Rakusin is contemplating an expansion of his business. He believes he can increase revenues by $9,000 each month if he leases 1,500 additional square feet of showroom space. Rakusin has found the perfect showroom. It leases for $4,000 per month. Ben’s tax rate is 30 percent.RequiredWhat estimated after-tax income will Rakusin earn f

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  • Bender Corporation incurs the following annual fixed costs.Item CostDepreciation …………….. $ 34,000Officers’ salaries ………… 120,000Long-term lease …………… 42,000Property taxes ………………. 9,000RequiredDetermine the total fixed cost per unit of production, assuming that Bender produces 4,000, 4,500, or 5,00

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  • Benn Industries manufactures engines for the aerospace industry. It has completed manufacturing the first unit of the new ZX-9 engine design. Management believes that the 1,000 labor hours required to complete this unit are reasonable and is prepared to go forward with the manufacture of additional units. An 80 percent cumulative average-

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