Accounting Dictionary - Letter H

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High-low method
is a method used to separate mixed costs into the fixed and variable components. High-low method uses two extreme data points (i.e., the highest and lowest pairs) to determine the fixed cost (a) and the variable cost rate (b) in the formula y = a + bx.
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