BEP=break even point.....
and formula.... fixed cost
----------X100
p/v ratio

In economics, specifically cost accounting, the break-even
point (BEP) is the point at which cost or expenses and
revenue are equal: there is no net loss or gain, and one
has "broken even". Therefore has not made a profit or a loss

formula is same as above
BREAK EVEN POINT ON SALES - IT IS A POINT WHERE TOTAL
SALES=TOTAL COST IT IS A SITUATION WHERE COMPANY IS IN A
POSITION OF NO PROFIT AND NO LOSS. AT THIS POINT COMPANY
RECOVERED ITS FIXED COST.

BREAK EVEN POINT IN UNIT :- MEANS HOW MUCH UNIT WE PRODUCE
AND SALE TO GET BREAK EVEN

): Break-even Point is refers to the level of operation at
which the project neither makes profit nor loss is
calculated.

Fixed
Costs
Break-even point = -----------------------------------------
------------
Unit selling price – Unit variable
cost

If the fixed costs are Tk. 15 million, unit selling price
Tk. 250 and unit variable cost Tk. 150, the break-even
point works out to:

Tk. 15 million
Break-even point = --------------------------- = 1, 50,000
units
Tk. 250 – Tk. 150
In the case of a new project where the capacity utilization
level is expected to rise gradually over a period of 3 to 4
years, fixed cost are normally planned in such a way that
are stepped up as and when necessary to meet the projected
increase in capacity utilization. Hence the calculation of
the break-even point for a new project must be with
reference to the fixed costs expected to be incurred in the
third year or fourth year when the project is supposed to
reach the rated capacity utilization level.
Answer (b):
Fixed Costs
Break-even point = ------------------- X expected
production
(In terms of volume of Contribution in the
year
Production)
6,000,000
= ------------------ X 90,000
= 54,545 Units
9,900,000
Fixed Costs
Break-even point = ------------------- X
expected capacity utilization
(In terms of percentage of Contribution in
the year
Installed capacity)
6,000,000
= ------------------ X 90% =
54.55 percent
9,900,000
Fixed
Costs
Break-even point = ------------------- X
expected sales realization
Of Sales (In terms of Taka Contribution
in the year

6,000,000
= ------------------
X 18,000,000 = 10,909,090 Tk.
9,900,000