Determaine the dol and business risk, Finance Basics

From the following selected operating date, determaine the DOL. Which company has the greater amount of business risk? Why?

Particulars

A Ltd

B Ltd

Sales

2500000

3000000

Fixed Cost

750000

1500000

Variable expenses as a percentage of sales are 50% for firm A and 25% for firm B.

 

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