Cost Volume Profit Changes in Costs and Volume & Operating Expenses Analysis

Cost-volume-profit analysis, or CVP, is something companies use to figure out how changes in costs and volume affect their operating expenses and net income. In other words, CVP is a methodical analysis of the dynamic inter-relationship between selling prices, sales and production volume, cost expenses, and profits.

Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words ( plus two substantive responds @75 words each)

Explain each of the three elements of CVP analysis.

Discuss how managers use CVP analysis.