Break-Even Analysis: Definition & Example - Quiz & Worksheet


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Which is NOT a way business owners can use break-even analysis?

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1. Which of these are fixed costs?

2. Increasing the sales price is most likely to decrease what other factor?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The quiz/worksheet combo is great for assessing your knowledge of break-even analysis. Profits and fixed costs are terms you will be quizzed on.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Thanks to these educational resources, you can check your knowledge of:

  • Calculating the break-even point
  • Examples of fixed costs
  • Meaning of profit
  • Variable costs

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you have gained regarding the meaning of variable costs
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about finding the break-even point
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding examples of fixed costs and interpret them correctly

Additional Learning

In order to learn more about these economics-related principles, complete the lesson called Break-Even Analysis: Definition & Example. Use this lesson to cover these objectives:

  • Determine what the break-even point is
  • Compare and contrast fixed and variable costs
  • Review the formula for calculating the break-even point