Sensitivity Analysis External Purchase Cost Calculator

In a particular set of assumptions, sensitivity analysis is a tool used to find how different values of the independent variable bring changes to a particular dependent variable. Choose the currency type, then enter the value for ultimate selling price for in-house products, cost of making, ultimate selling price for buy in Re-Badge Product, external purchase cost and cost of buy in this sensitivity analysis external purchase cost calculator to find the resultant value.

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Formula:

Sensitivity Analysis (S) = (E -(B + C)) - (D - A) Sensitivity Analysis % = (S / C) × 100 Where, D = Ultimate Selling Price for Made in House Products A = Cost Of Made in House Products B = Cost Of Buy in Re-Badge Product C = External purchase Cost For Buy in Re-Badge Product E = Ultimate Selling Price for Buy in Re-Badge Product

Example:

Calculate sensitivity analysis percentage for ultimate selling price for in-house products of $50, cost of making as $70, ultimate selling price for buy in Re-Badge Product of $ 18, external purchase cost of 14 and cost of buy as $ 19.

Solution:

Sensitivity Analysis (S) = (E -(B + C)) - (D - A)
Sensitivity Analysis = ( 18 - (19 + 14)) - (50 - 70)
=$ 5
Sensitivity Analysis % = (S / C) × 100
Percentage = (7 / 14) × 100
= 35.71%

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