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Scattergraph to Separate Mixed Costs into Variable and Fixed Components

Set up a graph with units produced at the bottom axis and total cost in the left axis.

Your graph should have the total cost (which includes fixed and variable costs) on the y-axis and the number of units produced along the x-axis as shown.

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