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Calculation of Break Even Point and Degree of Operating Leverage.
Calculation of Break Even Point and Degree of Operating Leverage.

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Sub: Accounts
Topic: MarginalCosting
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Question:

Downes Consolidated Industries International uses a standard cost system and records
standards in the accounting records. The standard costs for one unit of one of its products are
as follows.

Direct Materials, 3lbs.@$20 per lb. $ 60.00
Direct labor, 2 hrs. @$15 per hr. 30.00
Variable overhead, 4machine hrs. @$1 per hr 4.00
Fixed overhead, 4 machine hrs.@$2.50 per hr 10.00

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Total $104.00
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Overhead is applied on the basis of machine hours. The planned level of activity(denominator

level) is 320,000 machine hours. The total budgeted fixed overhead is $800,000.
Other budgeted items are:
Unit selling price, $170,00 per unit
Variable selling & administrative expenses, $5 per unit

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Topic: MarginalCosting
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Fixed selling & administrative expenses, $160,000.
Planned level of production and sales, 80,000.
ACTUAL RESULTS:

Direct materials purchased, 250,000 lbs.@$22 per lb.
Direct materials used, 240,000
Direct labor, 150,000 hrs, total cost, $2,225,000
Variable overhead, $340,000
Fixed overhead, $810,000
Units produced, 82,000 Units
Units sold, 80,500
Selling price per unit,160,00
Variable selling and administrative expenses, $410,000.
Fixed selling & administrative , $175,000.
Actual machine hours,330,000.
Question:
Prepare an Income Statement of Actual Results using variable costing.
1. Calculate the breakeven point in dollars.
2. Calculate DOL

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Topic: MarginalCosting
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Solution:
Standard cost for one unit of production
Direct Material
3 lbs @ $20 per lb
$60.00
Direct Labour
2 hrs @ $15 per hr
$30.00
Variable Overhead
4 machine hrs @ $1 per hr
$4.00
Fixed Overhead
4 machine hrs @ $2.50 per hr
$10.00
Total
$104.00
Machine hour
320,000
Total budgeted fixed overhead
$
800,000
Selling price per unit
$
175
Variable Selling & Admin exp (per unit)
$
5
Fixed Selling & Admin exp
$
160,000
Planned level of production & sale
80,000
Production for
80,000
Direct Material
$
4,800,000
Direct Labour
$
2,400,000
Variable Overhead
$
320,000
Variable Selling & Admin exp
$
400,000
$
7,920,000
Fixed Overhead
$
800,000
Fixed Selling & Admin exp
$
160,000
Total Cost of Production
$
8,880,000

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