Oriole’s Candles will be producing a new line of dripless candles in the coming years and…

Oriole’s Candles will be producing a new line of dripless
candles in the coming years and has the choice of producing the
candles in a large factory with a small number of workers or a
small factory with a large number of workers. Each candle will be
sold for $10. If the large factory is chosen, the cost per unit to
produce each candle will be $3.00. The cost per unit will be $7.80
in the small factory. The large factory would have fixed cash costs
of $2.5 million and a depreciation expense of $300,000 per year,
while those expenses would be $560,000 and $100,000, respectively
in the small factory.
Calculate the accounting operating profit break-even point for
both factory choices for Oriole’s Candles. (Round
answers to nearest whole units, e.g. 152.)
1. large factory break even?(units)
2. small factory break even?(units)