anonymous
  • anonymous
why is it important to understand linear equations in a business?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I don't know. It's really pointless to learn about this kind of stuff.
anonymous
  • anonymous
because until you have a monopoly it is hard to grow exponentially...

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shadowfiend
  • shadowfiend
Rarely is it pointless. Take it away, kantalope.
anonymous
  • anonymous
lots of business things have linear relationships for instance if average customer spends $10 the number of customers and gross is linear...
anonymous
  • anonymous
making the nut (carny talk) - means covering expenses: let's say you have rent of 100 and those same $10 per customer this is a linear y is the income you need to cover rent y=10c + 100......in fact that is a line with slope 10...who knew?
anonymous
  • anonymous
uh that's all I got...
anonymous
  • anonymous
future present value of a flow of income cumulative change: net earnings consumer's, producer's surplus ad infinitum
anonymous
  • anonymous
doh that should be cost per customer not income...someone should proof read my stuff

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