“CVP analysis is both simple and simplistic. If you want realistic analysis to underpin your decisions, look beyond CVP analysis.” Do you agree? Explain.

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2021-06-17
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pattererX

Answered 2021-06-18
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The CVP analysis is limited by the assumptions mentioned in the question
2 of this chapter and that makes it simplistic. One of the assumptions is
that: costs will either fall under variable or fixed costs, but in reality some
costs will be mixed. It also says that variable and fixed costs are known
and constant which also in reality will not always be the case. Sometimes
variable costs wont

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