I have completed my home work but I think I am missing something in the last question, could you please take a look and let me know. I will attach what I have done.

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1 2 30 60000 3 19.5 200000 4 1.5 80000 5 21 20000 6 360000 40000 40000 1200000 9 315000 -45000 441000 49000 49000 1470000 21.3 8.6999999999999993 41379.310344827587 41380 1241400 1500000 975000 15000 1500000 975000 15000 360000 150000 1350000 3-38 CVP analysis, shoe stores. The WalkRite Shoe Company operates a chain of shoe stores that sell 10 different styles of inexpensive men’s shoes with identical unit costs and selling prices. A unit is defined as a pair of shoes. Each store has a store manager who is paid a fixed salary. Individual salespeople receive a fixed salary and a sales commission. WalkRite is considering opening another store that is expected to have the revenue and cost relationships shown here: Consider each question independently: Required 1. What is the annual breakeven point in (a) units sold and (b) revenues? 2. If 35,000 units are sold, what will be the store’s operating income (loss)? 3. If sales commissions are discontinued and fixed salaries are raised by a total of $81,000, what would be the annual breakeven point in (a) units sold and (b) revenues? 4. Refer to the original data. If, in addition to his fixed salary, the store manager is paid a commission of $0.30 per unit sold, what would be the annual breakeven point in (a) units sold and (b) revenues? 5. Refer to the original data. If, in addition to his fixed salary, the store manager is paid a commission of $0.30 per unit in excess of the breakeven point, what would be the store’s operating income if 50,000 units were sold? Unit Variable Data (per pair of shoes) Annual Fixed Costs Selling Price Cost of shoes Sales commission Variable cost per unit Rent Salaries Advertising Other fixed costs Total fixed costs A) B) Break-even point in revenue = Break-even point in units* selling price per pair Contribution per unit = Selling price per unit – Variable cost per unit Total contribution = number of units that are sold* contribution per…

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