Angle of incidence, Cost Accounting

ANGLE OF INCIDENCE:  It is an angle that is created when the entire sales line intercepts the entire cost line from below in the breakeven chart. It is inferred that higher the angle, higher is the profit, and lower the angle lower the profit.

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