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It was unexpected to see several unrelated options available in addition to the Accounting Business Tutorials. (At first I thought I clicked on the wrong link.) I only viewed the “Breakeven Point” tutorial which fell under the next heading choice of Managerial/Cost Accounting Tutorials.
This was a self-paced slide presentation without sound. It, like the others, are accompanied by a handout which requires the student to view the presentation in order to fill in the blanks. I like that there are a couple of prompts that force the student to apply the principles and give a yes or no answer.
It is unclear if these tutorials shadow any particular text or problems sets. If not, this tutorial would act as a good review of Breakeven Point.