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anonymous
 one year ago
Andrew owns a bookshop and is trying to sell his old stock of books to reduce his inventory. He decides to price the books so that he will break even on them. What does this mean?
He makes a profit on the books.
He takes a loss on the books.
He neither makes a profit nor takes a loss on the books.
He both makes a profit and takes a loss on the books.
anonymous
 one year ago
Andrew owns a bookshop and is trying to sell his old stock of books to reduce his inventory. He decides to price the books so that he will break even on them. What does this mean? He makes a profit on the books. He takes a loss on the books. He neither makes a profit nor takes a loss on the books. He both makes a profit and takes a loss on the books.

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