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January 4, 2019

## (Solved) : As a prospective owner of a club known as the Red​ Rose

As a prospective owner of a club known as the Red​ Rose, you are interested in determining the volume of sales dollars necessary for the coming year to reach the​ break-even point. You have decided to break down the sales for the club into four​ categories, the first category being beer. Your estimate of the beer sales is that 36,000 drinks will be served. The selling price for each unit will average \$1.75; the cost is \$1.25 The second major category is​ meals, which you expect to be 10,000 units with and average price of \$10 and cost of \$6. The third major category is desserts and​ wine, of which you also expect to sell 10,000 units, but with an average price of \$2.75 per unit sold and a cost of \$1 per unit. The final category is lunches and inexpensive​ sandwiches, which you expect to total 20,000 units at an average price of \$6 with a food cost of \$3.25. Your fixed cost (rent, utilities and so on) is \$2,000 per month plus \$2,200 per month for entertainment.

a) For Red​ Rose, the monthly​ break-even point in dollars​ = ​\$___per month ​(round your response to two decimal​ places).

b) If Red Rose is open 30 days per​ month, then the expected number of meals that need to be sold each day​ = _____ meals per day

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Average selling price = beer sales * beer price + meals sales * price + desserts sales * price

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