Product X is a consumer product with a retail price of \$9.95

Product X is a consumer product with a retail price of \$9.95. Retailerâs margins on the productare 40% (based on the selling price to consumers) and wholesalerâs margins are 8% (based on theselling price to retailers). The size of the market is \$300,000,000 annually (based on retail sales);product Xâ share (in dollars) of this market is 17.3%.The fixed costs involved in manufacturing Product X are \$1,400,000 and the variablecosts are \$0.86 per unit. The advertising budget for Product X is \$2,000,000. Miscellaneousvariable costs (e.g., shipping and handling) are \$0.04 per unit. Salespeople are paidentirely by a 12% commission based on the manufacturerâs selling price. Product managerâssalary and expenses are \$90,000.Assuming that you are the manufacturer, calculate the following:1. What is the unit margin (contribution) for Product X (in \$)?2. What is Product Xâs break-even volume?3. What market share (based on retail sales) did Product X need to break even?4. What is Product Xâs (annual) net profit?5. Calculate the increase in sales over the current volume needed to maintain thecurrent profit level if the manufacturer doubles its advertising expenditures.6. Calculate the increase in sales over the current volume needed to maintain thecurrent profit level if the manufacturer lowers its price by 25%.7. Calculate the increase in sales over the current volume needed to maintain the currentprofit level if the manufacturer increases the sales forceâs commission to 15%.