USA Why is the Fixed Overhead Volume called the DENOMINATOR?

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This is a Managerial Accounting concept. Why is the term 'denominator' used in Managerial Accounting to denote the number of fixed overhead costs?
I am familiar with the difference between a numerator and a denominator, but the term is confusing me as applied to managerial Accounting.
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
 

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