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Operating Leverage
Snellville Co. reports the following data:
Sales
$483,900
Variable costs
329,100
Contribution margin
$154,800
Fixed costs
110,600
Income from operations
$44,200
Determine Snellville Company's operating leverage. Round your answer to one decimal place.
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Operating Leverage Snellville Co. reports the following data: Sales $483,900 Variable costs 329,100 Contribution margin $154,800 Fixed costs 110,600 Income from operations $44,200 Determine Snellville Company's operating leverage. Round your answer to one decimal place.

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