## [answered] 11. A company produces two products, A and B. A sells for \$

11. A company produces two products, A and B. A sells for \$16 and has variable costs of \$10. B sells for \$12 and has variable costs of \$8. Fixed Costs for the period are \$35,000. Normally four units of A are sold for every two units of B units. How many units of B must be sold if the company expects pro?ts of \$50,000? a. 15,947 b. 10,637 c. 5,313 d. Cannot be determined
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