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Frances Company produces only product A. The following information is available:
Selling price per unit $95
Variable costs per unit $65
Total fixed costs $130,000
Required:
a. Compute break-even point in units.
b. Compute break-even volume in dollars.
c. Compute the margin of safety assuming planned unit sales of 7,000.
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