Break-even point, Financial Management

Break-Even Point

The measure of products or services organizations must sell for its revenue from sales to equal its cost of production for the same number of units. Hence, setting a firm's revenue equation equal to its total cost equation and solving will provide the production quantity at which revenue equals cost.

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