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Business, 21.06.2019 14:30, aide1234564

M5-16 calculating unit contribution margin and contribution margin ratio red hawk enterprises sells handmade clocks. its variable cost per clock is $8, and each clock sells for $18. calculate red hawk’s unit contribution margin and contribution margin ratio. suppose red hawk sells 2,000 clocks this year. calculate the total contribution margin.

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