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6 May, 2015 - 17:10

The profit-volume chart focuses on the profitability of a company. The vertical axis represents the maximum operating profit and the maximum operating loss that can be realized when capacity ranges from zero to 100%. The horizontal axis contains different levels of manufacturing capacity. Only one line is used by the profit-volume chart. This profit line begins at a negative point on the vertical axis which is equal to total fixed costs.