Chester has negotiated a new labor contract

 

Chester has negotiated a new labor contract for the next round that will affect the cost for their product Cid. Labor costs will go from $1.77 to $2.37 per unit. Assume all period and other variable costs remain the same. If Chester were to absorb the new labor costs without passing them on in the form of higher prices, how many units of product Cid would need to be sold next round to break even on the product?

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1,047

 

855

 

921

 

887

 



honeyd


11-09-20 | 08:57:38

=total cost of cid production and selling/(price-material cost-labor cost) =8108/(17-6.82-2.37) =1047

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