5910 Break Even Analysis

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5910 Break Even Analysis

Break Even Analysis is the analysis of two positive linear equations, one is the revenue, the other is the cost. When the cost and revenue are equal, we have he break even point. It is at this point we start to make a profit on each unit sold.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling mp3 players for $118 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $1300 and then each mp3 player costs $34 in purchase and sales commission costs. What is the profit on each unit after the break even point?
  • 2. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling dvd players for $102 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $1800 and then each dvd player costs $48 in purchase and sales commission costs. What is the profit on each unit after the break even point?
  • 3. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling graphics calculators for $156 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $1800 and then each graphics calculator costs $57 in purchase and sales commission costs. What is the profit on each unit after the break even point?
  • 4. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling game boxes for $80 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $2800 and then each game box costs $40 in purchase and sales commission costs. What is the profit on each unit after the break even point?
  • 5. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling video cameras for $132 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $3000 and then each video camera costs $30 in purchase and sales commission costs. What is the profit on each unit after the break even point?
  • 6. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling toy helicopters for $112 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $1300 and then each toy helicopter costs $59 in purchase and sales commission costs. What is the profit on each unit after the break even point?
  • 7. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling heart rate monitors for $122 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $2200 and then each heart rate monitor costs $41 in purchase and sales commission costs. What is the profit on each unit after the break even point?
  • 8. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling solar battery chargers for $124 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $1100 and then each solar battery charger costs $46 in purchase and sales commission costs. What is the profit on each unit after the break even point?
  • 9. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling blue ray players for $94 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $2000 and then each blue ray player costs $55 in purchase and sales commission costs. What is the profit on each unit after the break even point?
  • 10. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling car stereos for $86 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $2800 and then each car stereo costs $31 in purchase and sales commission costs. What is the profit on each unit after the break even point?
  • 11. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling bluetooth headphones for $132 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $2800 and then each bluetooth headphone costs $45 in purchase and sales commission costs. What is the profit on each unit after the break even point?
  • 12. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling mobile phones for $110 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $1700 and then each mobile phone costs $32 in purchase and sales commission costs. How much money will have been taken in sales when the store becomes profitable? (to the nearest dollar)
  • 13. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling tablet computers for $112 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $1600 and then each tablet computer costs $32 in purchase and sales commission costs. How much money will have been taken in sales when the store becomes profitable? (to the nearest dollar)
  • 14. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling fitness watches for $130 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $2000 and then each fitness watch costs $56 in purchase and sales commission costs. How much money will have been taken in sales when the store becomes profitable? (to the nearest dollar)
  • 15. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling mp3 players for $116 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $2900 and then each mp3 player costs $55 in purchase and sales commission costs. How much money will have been taken in sales when the store becomes profitable? (to the nearest dollar)
  • 16. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling dvd players for $122 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $1200 and then each dvd player costs $57 in purchase and sales commission costs. How much money will have been taken in sales when the store becomes profitable? (to the nearest dollar)
  • 17. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling graphics calculators for $124 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $2900 and then each graphics calculator costs $59 in purchase and sales commission costs. How much money will have been taken in sales when the store becomes profitable? (to the nearest dollar)
  • 18. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling game boxes for $106 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $2900 and then each game box costs $31 in purchase and sales commission costs. How much money will have been taken in sales when the store becomes profitable? (to the nearest dollar)
  • 19. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling video cameras for $140 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $2700 and then each video camera costs $33 in purchase and sales commission costs. How much money will have been taken in sales when the store becomes profitable? (to the nearest dollar)
  • 20. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling toy helicopters for $156 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $1400 and then each toy helicopter costs $46 in purchase and sales commission costs. How much money will have been taken in sales when the store becomes profitable? (to the nearest dollar)
  • 21. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling heart rate monitors for $156 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $1700 and then each heart rate monitor costs $47 in purchase and sales commission costs. How much money will have been taken in sales when the store becomes profitable? (to the nearest dollar)
  • 22. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling solar battery chargers for $96 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $1600 and then each solar battery charger costs $32 in purchase and sales commission costs. How much money will have been taken in sales when the store becomes profitable? (to the nearest dollar)
  • 23. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling blue ray players for $154 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $2900 and then each blue ray player costs $41 in purchase and sales commission costs. How much money will have been taken in sales when the store becomes profitable? (to the nearest dollar)
  • 24. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling car stereos for $108 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $3000 and then each car stereo costs $38 in purchase and sales commission costs. How much money will have been taken in sales when the store becomes profitable? (to the nearest dollar)
  • 25. 
    A discount online store in Australia is selling bluetooth headphones for $132 per unit. The online store has up front costs of $2600 and then each bluetooth headphone costs $43 in purchase and sales commission costs. How much money will have been taken in sales when the store becomes profitable? (to the nearest dollar)
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