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    Did anyone do the buss 2 resit
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    What was the labour prod answer??
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    I got something around 32'188 units. I am not too sure if the number is precise as I cannot remember anymore but roughly something like this.
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    Did you use 80 for the previous workfor e size?
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    I think i got something along those lines too!
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    (Original post by Zaranoor97)
    Did you use 80 for the previous workfor e size?
    No, the the size of the workforce changed to 60.
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    Do you lose a mark if you dont put units and just the number
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    (Original post by exmile)
    No, the the size of the workforce changed to 60.
    But we had to work out the change in size from 2016 to 2017
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    If I remember right I got 64,000 for the units needed to break even, oh dear aha
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    (Original post by chrisproctor98)
    If I remember right I got 64,000 for the units needed to break even, oh dear aha
    Got same mate
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    (Original post by Brbshbahahsh)
    Got same mate
    If I remember correctly break even out0ut = fixed costs / contribution per unit

    Contribution per unit = selling price minus contribution
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    (Original post by Brbshbahahsh)
    If I remember correctly break even out0ut = fixed costs / contribution per unit

    Contribution per unit = selling price minus contribution
    *minus variable cost
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    (Original post by Brbshbahahsh)
    If I remember correctly break even out0ut = fixed costs / contribution per unit

    Contribution per unit = selling price minus contribution
    Yep pretty sure that's the one. I got 64,000 for that one and then something along the lines of 17% for the other calculation one.
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    (Original post by Brbshbahahsh)
    *minus variable cost
    What was the q for the contribution one again?
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    (Original post by shabz(1997))
    640 for breakeven?
    I got 64,000 lol
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    (Original post by dwinnbrown)
    Yep pretty sure that's the one. I got 64,000 for that one and then something along the lines of 17% for the other calculation one.
    I got suma like 21 or 23 or something within that
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    Thank god for that, nice one pal
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    (Original post by Brbshbahahsh)
    I got suma like 21 or 23 or something within that
    Think I got some like 17.2 pal too
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    (Original post by dwinnbrown)
    What was the q for the contribution one again?
    Calculate how many key rings you'd have to sell to break even
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    (Original post by chrisproctor98)
    Think I got some like 17.2 pal too
    Yeah think I got 17.02
 
 
 
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