breakeven chart

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breakeven chart

(ˈbreɪkˌiːvən)
n
(Accounting & Book-keeping) accounting a graph measuring the value of an enterprise's revenue and costs against some index of its activity, such as percentage capacity. The intersection of the total revenue and total cost curves gives the breakeven point
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Translations

breakeven chart

[ˈbreɪkiːvnˈtʃɑːt] ngrafico del punto di pareggio
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Near the beginning, for example, the Break-Even Chart told us our business was worth a shot.
Indeed, some figures are unacceptable--in particular, for a book that provides a chapter on report presentation, Figure 10.10 is a confusing illustration of a break-even chart. At this stage of printing technology development, and, indeed, at this price, the publisher ought to be providing a better quality product in the hand.
Indeed, some figures are unacceptable -- in particular, for a book that provides a chapter on report presentation, Figure 10.10 is a confusing illustration of a break-even chart. At this stage of printing technology development, and, indeed, at this price, the publisher ought to be providing a better quality product in the hand.