Akitsuki Fall Moon Winery Produces Wine in the Willamette Valley. · They can charge $4.00 per...

Akitsuki Fall Moon Winery Produces Wine in the Willamette Valley. · They can charge $4.00 per bottle. · Monthly fixed costs are $3,100 to rent equipment and building, $4,000 for salaries, and $400 for other fixed costs. · Variable costs per bottle include $0.40 for acids, enzymes and additives, $0.10 for the water, $0.40 for the grape concentrate, $0.05 for each bottle, and $0.35 for variable selling costs. How many bottles must be sold in a month to break-even?( Round up to the nearest bottle) 2,778 Bottles Using the information in 10, What is the break-even sales revenue (number of bottles x sales price)? (Round final answer to the nearest dollar.) $11,112 Using the information in 10, suppose that Akitsuki wants to make a profit of $5,000 per month, how many bottles of water must be sold? (Round Up to the nearest bottle) Using the information in 10 and 12, how much are the total sales in dollars needed to make an operating profit of $5,000? (round to the nearest dollar) Using the information in 10, Akistuki believes that they can sell 4,500 bottles every month. A new machine has been invented that reduces the amount of chemicals and grape concentrate required by $0.40. The equipment using the new technology can be rented for $2,000 per month more than the equipment using the old technology. The point of indifference is 5,000 bottles (This means that at 5,000 bottles, both alternatives have the same profit) . Which alternative should they use? Akistuki believes that they can sell 4,500 bottles every month. A new machine has been invented that reduces the amount of chemicals and grape concentrate required by $0.40. The equipment using the new technology can be rented for $2,000 per month more than the equipment using the old technology. The point of indifference is 5,000 bottles (This means that at 5,000 bottles, both alternatives have the same profit) . Which alternative should they use?