AAT Level 3 Sypnotic exam help

Please can someone help with question ii) in red as i am doing 3000x30=90,000 but it keeps coming back incorrect?

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  • Aliyah97
    Aliyah97 Registered Posts: 12
    Please may i have some assistance with the below questions C) and D)

  • Aliyah97
    Aliyah97 Registered Posts: 12
    Please can i have some advice on how much more detail i need to put into this answer to achieve full marks

  • Aliyah97
    Aliyah97 Registered Posts: 12
    Please can soemone advise where i am going wrong on this question for the contribution per limiting factor

  • MomenaMalik
    MomenaMalik Registered Posts: 10
    edited September 13
    Break-even = Total Fixed Costs / Contribution PU
    So contribution per unit is selling price - varible cost = £30 - £14 (£4+£2 + £8) = £16
    Then total fixed cost is £6 x 8000 units = £48,000

    = £48,000 / £16 = 3000 units
  • Aliyah97
    Aliyah97 Registered Posts: 12

    Break-even = Total Fixed Costs / Contribution PU
    So contribution per unit is selling price - varible cost = £30 - £14 (£4+£2 + £8) = £16
    Then total fixed cost is £6 x 8000 units = £48,000

    = £48,000 / £16 = 3000 units

    Thank you for this but i need part ii the part in red
  • MomenaMalik
    MomenaMalik Registered Posts: 10
    Oh sorry!

    8000 units - 3000 units = 5000 units ( margin of safety )

    In terms of revenue it will be 5000 units x £30 (selling price) = £150,000

    Try that and see if its correct please.
  • Aliyah97
    Aliyah97 Registered Posts: 12

    Oh sorry!

    8000 units - 3000 units = 5000 units ( margin of safety )

    In terms of revenue it will be 5000 units x £30 (selling price) = £150,000

    Try that and see if its correct please.

    Great thank you
  • Pian32
    Pian32 MAAT Posts: 448
    EoQ = SQRT (2 * Annual Demand * Cost of ordering/cost of holding)
    = SQRT (2 * 30,000 * 75/0.6)
    = SQRT (7,500,000)
    = 2738.6 => 2739


    d)
    CoS = (1-0.35) * Revenue
    = 2,964,000 - this is the value of goods used in the year. Since it wants what is spent we then need to adjust for the change in inventory.
    Inventory has increased by 10% = £42,060

    Total expenditure on materials and labour = £3,006,060

    This is assuming I've understood the question in d) as the amount on the P/L will be the CoS figure.
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  • Pian32
    Pian32 MAAT Posts: 448
    For describe questions I'd break it down into different sections.

    First label the threats separately in different paragraphs/sentances
    For each one state what the threat is, why it is threatened and how that makes it a threat.

    E.g
    1. Sarah faces a self interest threat due to being offered a pay rise by the director for completing the work, this means she will be pressured to do the work in a way to please the director and gain the pay rise.

    You can then do the same for the other threat it might be slightly over the top but by structuring it this way you should hit all the points needed. It also makes it clear to the examiner what each threat is that you want to highlight.
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  • Pian32
    Pian32 MAAT Posts: 448
    For the contribution you need to take the contribution and divide it by the total amount of limiting factor used at max output.

    SE1 = 120000/(5*10000) = £2.4
    DE2 = 98,000/(2*14000) = £3.5
    KE3 = 126,000/ (12000*6) = £1.75

    The purpose of this is that if you have only a limited supply you can put the material to the highest contributing product since fixed costs occur either way.
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