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Graham Company produces a variety of chemicals. One division makes reagents for laboratories. The… 1 answer below » Graham Company produces a variety of chemicals. One division makes reagents for laboratories. The division’s projected income statement for the coming year is as follows: Sales (110,000 units @ $25) $2,750,000 Less: Variable expenses 1,925,000 Contribution margin $ 825,000 Less: Fixed expenses 495,000 Operating income $ 330,000 Required 1.    Compute the View complete question » Graham Company produces a variety of chemicals. One division makes reagents for laboratories. The division’s projected income statement for the coming year is as follows: Sales (110,000 units @ $25) $2,750,000 Less: Variable expenses 1,925,000 Contribution margin $ 825,000 Less: Fixed expenses 495,000 Operating income $ 330,000 Required 1.    Compute the contribution margin per unit, and calculate the break-even point in units (round to the nearest unit). Calculate the contribution margin ratio and the break-even sales revenue. 2.    The divisional manager has decided to increase the advertising budget by $40,000. This will increase sales revenues by $400,000. By how much will oper- ating income increase or decrease as a result of this action? 3.    Suppose sales revenues exceed the estimated amount on the income statement by $315,000. Without preparing a new income statement, by how much are profits underestimated? 4.    Refer to the original data. How many units must be sold to earn an after-tax profit of $360,000? Assume a tax rate of 40 percent. 5.    Compute the margin of safety based on the original income statement. 6.    Compute the operating leverage based on the original income statement. If sales revenues are 20 percent greater than expected, what is the percentage increase in profits? View less » Jan 06 2016 01:06 PM

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