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  • Bland and Strand compete in the same market. The following budgeted income statements illustrate their cost structures: Requireda. Assume that Bland can lure all 100 customers away from Strand by lowering its sales price to $60 per customer. Reconstruct Bland’s income statement based on 200 customers.b. Assume that Strand can lure all

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  • Blowing Rock Railroad decided to use the high-low method and operating data from the past six months to estimate the fixed and variable components of transportation costs. The activity base used by Blowing Rock Railroad is a measure of railroad operating activity, termed “gross-ton miles,” which is the total number of tons multiplied

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  • Blowing Rock Railroad decided to use the high-low method and operating data from the past six months to estimate the fixed and variable components of transportation costs. The activity base used by Blowing Rock Railroad is a measure of railroad operating activity, termed “gross-ton miles,” which is the total number of tons multiplied

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  • Bluffpark Kitchen, a fast-food restaurant company, operates a chain of restaurants across the nation. Each restaurant employs eight people; one is a manager paid a salary plus a bonus equal to 3 percent of sales. Other employees, two cooks, one dishwasher, and four waitresses, are paid salaries. Each manager is budgeted $3,000 per month f

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  • Blythe Industries Inc. expects to maintain the same inventories at the end of 2012 as at the beginning of the year. The total of all production costs for the year is therefore as, summed to be equal to the cost of goods sold. With this in mind, the various department heads were asked to submit estimates is as follows:Estimated

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  • Bob Jones owns a catering company that stages banquets and parties for both individuals and companies. The business is seasonal, with heavy demand during the summer months and year-end holidays and light demand at other times. Bob has gathered the following cost information from the past year:Requireda. Using the high-low method, compute

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  • Both Austin Company and Hill Company had the same sales, total costs, and income from operations for the current fiscal year; yet Austin Company had a lower break-even point than Hill Company. Explain the reason for this difference in break-even points.

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  • Both Best Buy and Circuit City sell numerous consumer products, and each of these companies has a different product mix.Required1. Assume the following data are available for both companies. Compute each company’s break-even point in unit sales. (Each company sells many products at many different selling prices, and each has its own var

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  • Brazilia Bus Tours has incurred the following bus maintenance costs during the recent tourist season. (The real is Brazil’s national monetary unit. On the day this exercise was written, the real was equivalent in value to .5092 U.S. dollar.)Required: 1. Use the high-low method to estimate the variable cost per tour mile traveled and th

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  • Break-even analysis is one of the most fundamental tools for managing any kind of business unit. Consider the management of your school. In a group, brainstorm some applications of break-even analysis at your school. Identify three areas where break-even analysis might be used. For each area, identify the revenues, variable costs, and fix

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