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Break-Even Point In Quantities

To determine the value of sales and quantities, at a point where there is neither profit nor loss, entrepreneurs use the technique of break-even point (BEP) or leveling point. To do this, is necessary the following elements:
a) Total fixed cost;
b) Variable cost unit;
c) Unit sale price.
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Break-even Point

Break-Even Point
Fixed cost:
Variable cost per unit:
Unit sale price:
Break-even point in quantities:
Sales volume:

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