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# Leslie Sporting Goods is a locally owned store that specializes in printing team jerseys. The majority of its business comes from orders for various local teams and organizations

Leslie Sporting Goods is a locally owned store that specializes in printing team jerseys. The majority of its business comes from orders for various local teams and organizations. While LeslieAc€?cs prints everything from bowling team jerseys to fraternity/sorority apparel to special event shirts, summer league baseball and softball team jerseys are the companyAc€?cs biggest source of revenue.

 A portion of LeslieAc€?cs operating information for the companyAc€?cs last year follows:

 Month Number ofJerseys Printed OperatingCost January 220 \$ 5,875 February 215 5,780 March 245 5,950 April 555 8,700 May 700 9,700 June 615 9,295 July 460 6,220 August 350 6,150 September 320 6,040 October 250 5,960 November 205 4,925 December 200 4,810

 Required : 3. Using the high-low method, calculate the storeAc€?cs total fixed operating costs and variable operating cost per jersey. (Round your "Variable Cost" answer to 2 decimal places and "Fixed Cost" answer to the nearest whole number.)

 4. Using the high-low method results, calculate the storeAc€?cs expected operating cost if it printed 475 jerseys. (Round your answer to the nearest whole number.)

 5. Perform a least-squares regression analysis on LeslieAc€?cs data. (Use Microsoft Excel or a statistical package to find the coefficients using least-squares regression. Round your answers to 2 decimal places.)

 6 Using the regression output, create a linear equation (y = a + bx) for estimating LeslieAc€?cs operating costs. (Round your answers to 2 decimal places.)

 7 Using the least-squares regression results, calculate the storeAc€?cs expected operating cost if it prints 630 jerseys. (Round your intermediate calculations and final answer to 2 decimal places.)

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