The Break-even Chart




A break-even chart is a line graph used in break-even analysis to estimate when the total sales revenue will be equal to the total costs, or the point where loss will end and profit will begin to accumulate. Usually, the number of units are plotted on horizontal ‘X’ axis and total sales dollars on vertical ‘Y’ axis. The point where the two lines or curves intersect is called the break-even-point. The break-even chart is also called the break-even graph

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