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    Changes in sales can cause changes in profits. Would the profit change associated with sales changes be larger or smaller if a firm increased its operating leverage? Explain your answer.

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    First, the degree of operating leverage (DOL) measures how much a $1 increase in revenue affects the company's operating income. DOL is measured by
    Contribution margin ...

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    The solution examines if the profits are larger is smaller if firm increased operating leverages.

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