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* a. Choose the income statement of particular year.

* b. Split up costs in fixed and variable the best you can.

* c. Look for an average price per motor bike to determine how many bikes Envy Rides has sold.

* d. Calculate the variable cost per cycle sold, and assume it is constant.

* e. Draw graph with MC-curve (at the level of the variable cost per cycle), and the average total costs curve.

* f. Be sure to have number of cycles sold on the horizontal axis. Income statement for the year 2009
Variable costs:
* Salaries C$ 323,966 * Advertising and promotion C$ 53,424
* Automotive C$ 26,129
* Telephone C$ 10,750
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Office expense C$ 12,270
Total variable costs C$ 426,539
Fixed costs:
* Rent and utilities C$96,900
* Insurance C$7,258
* License fees and dues C$12,583
* Professional fees C$2,192
* Bank charges and interest C$55,298
* Amortization C$19,000
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Total fixed costs C$193,231
Total costs C$ 619,770

Average price per motorcycle:
2013 Yamaha YZF-R6 : C$ 11,999.00 for both competitors
We are also use this price, so the average price per motorcycle is set on C$11,999.00
The sales were C$3,613,959.00
So, C$3,613,959.00/ C$11,999.00 = 301,188 rounded to 301 motorcycles
Variable costs per motorcycle:
C$ 426,539/301 = C$ 1,417.07
So variable costs per motorcycle were C$ 1,417.07
C$ 619,770/ 301 = C$ 2,059.04

References:
Prices of the motorcycles, Yamaha...
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