Janelle Heinke, the owner of Ha’Peppas! is considering a new
oven in which to bake the firm’s signature dish, vegetarian pizza. Oven type A
can handle 22 pizzas an hour. The fixed costs associated with oven A are
$20,000 and the variable costs are $2.00 per pizza. Oven B is larger and can
handle 44 pizzas an hour. The fixed costs associated with oven B are $35,000 and
the variable costs are $1.50 per pizza. The pizzas sell for $12 each. A) What
is the break-even point for each oven?

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F/P-V=20,000/12-2=1664.66 Pizza for oven A

F/P-V=35,000/12-1.50=2915.16 Pizza for oven B

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