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Scattergraph to Separate Mixed Costs into Variable and Fixed Components

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Set up a table that shows production level and total cost by time period.

To prepare a scattergraph, you need basic data about the number of units produced and the total costs per time period. Arrange this data by month, week, or some other time period.

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