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    Explain how a shift in the sales mix among 3 products (even if the total sales remain the same,as planned, say $500,000 ) could result in both a higher break-even point and a lower net operating income.

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    Cost-Volume-Profit Relationship
    Explain how a shift in the sales mix among 3 products (even if the total sales remain the same,as planned, say $500,000 ) could result in both a higher break-even point and a lower net operating income.
    Break even analysis
    As per tutor2u.net, "Break-even analysis is a technique widely used by production management and management accountants. It is based on categorizing production costs ...

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