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N Type in L I N E F I T and replicate the given R U N when you are satisfied with your listing. T h e output includes the residuals and it is always important to look at t h e m very carefully. T h e assumption of linearity must be held with reserve, and it becomes clearly untenable when the residuals have a strongly pronounced pattern - such as large positive values for small batches and large negative values for large batches. In the present case the absolute values of the residuals tend to b e c o m e numerically larger as the batch size increases, but their signs d o not otherwise give rise for concern.
PROCprint_table: prints out aggregate fixed, marginal and total costs and revenues. 5. T h e o u t p u t is easy to assimilate and is seen to conform to earlier results. T h e program requires very little memory and executes extremely quickly. 4 CVP: Cost-volume-profit analysis. 1 0 REM CVP 2 0 REM COST VOLME PROFIT ANALYSIS FOR PIECEWISE LINEAR FNS. 3 0 DIM v ( 1 0 0 ) , n ( 1 0 0 ) 40 50 P R O C i n p u t _ c o s t s 60 P R O C p r i n t . t a b l e 70 PROCinput_revenue 80 P R O C p r i n t _ t a b l e 9 0 END 100 1000 DEFPROCinput_costs 1 0 1 0 INPUT "MAXIMUM VOLUME " , N N 1 0 2 0 INPUT "MAX NO OF COST ELEMENTS",EMAX :Z$="C" 1 0 3 0 REPEAT 1 0 4 0 E=E+1 1 0 5 0 PRINT "COST ELEMENT " ; E 1 0 6 0 INPUT "NO OF LINEAR SEGMENTS " , L 1 0 7 0 INPUT "FIXED COST " , F 1 0 8 0 PRINT "MARG.
5. A short main p r o g r a m is dimensioned for u p to 10 products but this is easily enlarged as required. PROCinput: allows the user to enter the base period Β and the final period N , and the n u m b e r of products P R for which a composite index is required. T h e user 30 Index numbers PROCindices: FNp(ref): FNq(ref): PROCprint: supplies price and quantity data D A T p ( p r , I ) and D A T q ( p r , I ) for each product pr = 1, 2, . . ,PR a n d period I = B , . . , N . calculates Laspeyres, Paasche and Ideal price indices L p ( I ) , P q ( I ) , I D p ( I ) and quantity indices L q ( I ) , P q ( I ) , I D q ( I ) for periods I = B , , .
Basic Business Analysis and Operations Research by R. H. Mole