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High–low method

High–low method is the three-step method of separating costs into fixed and variable elements: first, the low figure is deducted from the high figure of each unit; then, the change in wage costs is divided by the
change in units sold; finally, the variable cost per unit answer is used to calculate the fixed cost element. Also known as the maximum–minimum method.