# ROSE INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS

ROSEINCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS

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QUESTION1:

Determinethe contribution margin per unit for each type of vase

Contributionmargin = Selling price per unit product (P) – Variable cost perunit product (V)

 CONTRIBUTION MARGIN PER VASE SMALL VASE LARGE VASE Sale price \$60 \$100 Variable costs (\$35) (\$60) Contribution margin \$25 \$40

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QUESTION2:

Determinethe contribution margin per machine hour for each type of vase

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 CONTRIBUTION MARGIN PER MACHINE HOUR SMALL VASE LARGE VASE Contribution margin \$25 \$40 Machine hours required for 1 vase 1 hour 2 hours 25/1 40/2 Contribution margin per machine hour \$25/ hour \$20/ hour

QUESTION3:

Determinedthe number of units of each style of vase that Rose Incorporatedshould produce to maximize operating income.

Theoptimal number of units/vases to produce should be able to breakeven. Since we have determined the variable costs and obtained thecontribution margin, using the total fixed costs, we will be able toaccess the number of units required to ensure that the fixed costsare fully covered to nil[ CITATION Col06 l 1033 ].

 NUMBER OF UNITS TO MAXIMIZE OPERATING INCOME SMALL VASE LARGE VASE Sale price \$60 \$100 Variable costs (\$35) (\$60) Contribution margin \$25 \$40 Total Fixed costs 600,000 600,000 Optimal number of units Number of units to maximize operating income 24,000 units 15,000 units

QUESTION4:

Whatthe dollar amount of the maximum operating income is as calculated inC above.

Fromthe number of units given which Rose Incorporated can produce maximumof each type of vase, the calculations in dollars will be as follows(Using 25,000 units for each type of vase)

Saleprice: Small Vase= \$60 x 25,000 units = \$ 1,500,000

Large Vase= \$100 x 25,000 units = \$ 2,500,000

Variablecosts: Small Vase = \$35 x 25,000 units = \$ 875,000

Large Vase = \$60 x 25,000 units = \$ 1,500,000

 CONTRIBUTION MARGIN PER VASE SMALL VASE LARGE VASE Sale price \$ 1,500,000 \$ 2,500,000 Variable costs (\$ 875,000) (\$ 1,500,000) Contribution margin \$ 625,000 \$ 1,000,000 Less Fixed costs (\$ 600,000) (\$ 600,000) Operating Income (\$) \$ 25,000 \$ 400,000

References

Drury, C. (2006). Cost and Management Accounting: An Introduction . London: Cengage Learning EMEA.