Ordering cost, safety stock, re-order point, accounting, Basic Statistics

1) Define and explain the following:
i) Ordering cost
ii) Safety stock
iii) Re-order point
2) Profit Volume Chart.
3) Discuss the various techniques of financial statement analysis ?
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