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# Margin of Safety a. If Canace Company, with a break-even point at \$547,800 of sales, has...

Margin of Safety

a. If Canace Company, with a break-even point at \$547,800 of sales, has actual sales of \$830,000, what is the margin of safety expressed (1) in dollars and (2) as a percentage of sales? Round the percentage to the nearest whole number.

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b. If the margin of safety for Canace Company was 40%, fixed costs were \$1,413,600, and variable costs were 60% of sales, what was the amount of actual sales (dollars)?
(Hint: Determine the break-even in sales dollars first.)
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