# please answer question 6 and 7 indicating how you get the answer. thnks points eBook Required 1. Do

please answer question 6 and 7 indicating how you get the answer. thnks points eBook Required 1. Do you agree with the inter&#39;s decision to use an absorption format for her segmented Income statement 2. Based on a review of the Intern&#39;s segmented income statement. a How much of the company&#39;s common fixed expenses did she allocate to the Commercial and Residential segments b Which of the following three allocation bases did she most likely used to allocate common fixed expenses to the Commercia Residential segments: (a) sales, (b) cost of goods sold, or (C) gross margin? 3. Do you agree with the inter&#39;s decision to allocate the common fixed expenses to the Commercial and Residential segments 4. Redo the Intern&#39;s segmented Income statement using the contribution format 5. Compute the companywide break-even point in dollar sales. 6. Compute the break-even point in dollar sales for the Commercial Division and for the Residential Division 7. Assume the company decided to pay its sales representatives in the commercial and Residential Divisions a total monthly sa \$22000 and \$44,000, respectively, and to lower its companywide sales commission percentage from 10% to 5%. Calculate the break even point in dollar sales for the Commercial Division and the Residential Division Print References Complete this question by entering your answers in the tabs below. Reg 1 Req ZA Reg 2B Req 3 Rega Reg5 Reg 6 Req 7 Assume the company decided to pay its sales representatives in the Commercial and Residential Divisions a total monthly salary of \$22,000 and \$44,000, respectively, and to lower its companywide sales commission percentage from 10% to 5%. Calculate the new break-even point in dollar sales for the Commercial Division and the Residential Division. (Round CM ratio to 2 decimal places and final answers to the nearest whole dollar amount.) Show less Commercial Division Break-even points 261,111 Residential Division \$ 587.500