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The Goldman Company retails two products, a standard and a deluxe version of a luggage carrier. The budgeted income statement is as follows: REQUIRED 1. Compute the breakeven point in units, assuming that the planned revenue mix is maintained. 2. Compute the breakeven point in units (a) if only standard carriers are sold and (b) if only deluxe carriers are sold. 3. Suppose 200,000 units are sold, but only 20,000 are deluxe. Compute the operating income. Compute the breakeven point if these relationships persist in the next period. Compare your answers with the original plans and the answer in requirement 1. What is the major lesson of this problem?
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