# CPV Analysis Of Lululemon

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considered normal for a well-established business. Lululemon's price earnings ratio tells us that there is increased growth and performance anticipated in the future.
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BEP as an analysis which determines when total revenues equals total costs (fixed & variable). This analysis expresses the point when the organisation experiences no income or loss.
BEP calculation
The break-even point in units for Lululemon’s is the number of jackets that needs to be produced in order to cover the company's fixed and variable expenses.
Breakeven Point in Units = Fixed Costs/Price - Variable Costs
= 7,200,000/98– 50
= 150,000 units
Lululemon’s has to produce and sell 150,000 jackets in order to cover their total expenses, fixed and variable. At this level of sales, Lululemon’s will breakeven (profit = loss).
Contribution margin calculation
“Contribution margin measures how sales affects net income or profits.” (Holtzman, MP. 2016).
Contribution margin \$ = Sales – Variable costs
= 14,700,000 – 7,500,000 = \$7,200,000
Contribution margin Ratio = Contribution margin/Sales
= (7,200,000/14,700,000) x 100 = 48.98%
Alternatively:
Contribution margin unit = unit Price – unit variable cost
= \$98-\$50 = \$48.00
Contribution margin Ratio = (48/98) x 100 =