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MGT402 - Cost & Management Accounting GDB No. 01 Solution and Discussion Spring 2013 Due Date Jul 09, 2013

Graded Discussion Board


Dear Students,

This is to inform that Graded Discussion Board (GDB) No. 01 will be opened on 5th July, 2013 for discussion and last date of discussion is 9 July, 2013.
                             Topic/area for discussion: Cost - Volume - Profit Analysis

This Graded Discussion Board will cover first 36 lessons.


For acquiring the relevant knowledge, do not rely only on handouts but watch the course video lectures and read additional material available online or in any other mode.

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oops sorry SAdia is right wat abt contribution margin ratio

i think leather bag ka 0.84 he r cluch ka 0.56 ?


@faizaan .. yup ...  habbit hu gyi he ab  shocks khane ki 



same answer here if we follow the formulas of pg#183

good tehreem thumbs up.....

tehrim ans kya hai contribution margin per unit ka???

faizan mera part a ka ans .56 and .42 hai part b ka .56/300 karna hai???

Yah theek hi ho gai na howi to yah lo janab aap ke liyah aik zoor daar

 ka phone call ighar galat howa aap ka answer?. Thori mahnat karain baqi bi theek ho jae ga. I mean call Tariq bhai.

Ameen. God bless you brother and your noble family. Ameen.

Main bhi yehi sooch rahi thee

confusing hai clutch ki fixed cost is very  less than handbags and it has almost the same profit as handbags but contribution margin ratio main buht kam hai as compare to handbags

 self observation correct if any mistake

faizan wo formula contribution margin ka hai jo ap use kar rahay ho...comtribution margin per unit ka ye dekho thek hai yau nae

Contribution margin can be calculated by using the following formula:

Contribution Margin = (Sale Revenue – Variable Costs) / Sales Revenue

The above formula calculates the contribution margin for all of the units sold. Contribution margin can also be calculated in a way very different from other types of margins. It can be calculated on a per unit basis with the help of following formula:

Contribution Margin per Unit = (Price per Unit – Variable Costs per Unit) / Price per Unit


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