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If The Three M's, Inc., has sales of 0,000 and total variable costs of 0,000, its contribution margin is 0,000. It can be calculated using either the contribution margin in dollars or the contribution margin per unit.

Assuming the company sold 250,000 units during the year, the per unit sales price is and the total variable cost per unit is

If The Three M's, Inc., has sales of $750,000 and total variable costs of $450,000, its contribution margin is $300,000. It can be calculated using either the contribution margin in dollars or the contribution margin per unit.

||If The Three M's, Inc., has sales of $750,000 and total variable costs of $450,000, its contribution margin is $300,000. It can be calculated using either the contribution margin in dollars or the contribution margin per unit.

Assuming the company sold 250,000 units during the year, the per unit sales price is $3 and the total variable cost per unit is $1.80. To calculate the contribution margin ratio, the contribution margin is divided by the sales or revenues amount.

This calculation of targeted income assumes it is being calculated for a division as it ignores income taxes.

If a targeted net income (income after taxes) is being calculated, then income taxes would also be added to fixed costs along with targeted net income.

Considering current international equity and credit markets, BAM's track record at excelling in these areas should allow them to achieve superior returns moving forward.

.80. To calculate the contribution margin ratio, the contribution margin is divided by the sales or revenues amount.This calculation of targeted income assumes it is being calculated for a division as it ignores income taxes.

If a targeted net income (income after taxes) is being calculated, then income taxes would also be added to fixed costs along with targeted net income.

Considering current international equity and credit markets, BAM's track record at excelling in these areas should allow them to achieve superior returns moving forward.

The amount of income taxes used in the calculation is ,000 ([,000 net income ÷ (1 – .40 tax rate)] – ,000).The last calculation using the mathematical equation is the same as the break‐even sales formula using the fixed costs and the contribution margin ratio previously discussed in this chapter. The break‐even point in units of 250,000 is calculated by dividing fixed costs of 0,000 by contribution margin per unit of

The amount of income taxes used in the calculation is $40,000 ([$60,000 net income ÷ (1 – .40 tax rate)] – $60,000).

The last calculation using the mathematical equation is the same as the break‐even sales formula using the fixed costs and the contribution margin ratio previously discussed in this chapter. The break‐even point in units of 250,000 is calculated by dividing fixed costs of $300,000 by contribution margin per unit of $1.20.

||The amount of income taxes used in the calculation is $40,000 ([$60,000 net income ÷ (1 – .40 tax rate)] – $60,000).The last calculation using the mathematical equation is the same as the break‐even sales formula using the fixed costs and the contribution margin ratio previously discussed in this chapter. The break‐even point in units of 250,000 is calculated by dividing fixed costs of $300,000 by contribution margin per unit of $1.20.

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