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oh, this is economics...

not calculus, but it was an assignment by our computational math lecturer... :/

linear programming i suppose...

so can u find profit and loss ?
then equate them, maybe u get an equation in X which you can solve

1000+x-20= revenue = 50 = selling price
so maybe u can find x from here, but i am not sure

2nd opinion needed

hmmm, well finding x means x will now seize to be a variable...

maybe for 1 break even point, there is one X, which we can find from the equation i wrote....

yeah, that was my first call, leave answer in X only....

ok thanks hartnn :) <3

welcome ^_^

though i didn't help much....

well you confirmed my work.. that's a lot xx