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Can you explain it in a different way. I copied it in the class but don't understand it how exactly the calculations are performed.

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The question was quantity for breakeven. So then C(x) = R(x).  Agreed?

Then line 3 above substitutes and you are on your way.
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1st and 2nd line C(x) and R(x)
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x is a variable indicating the NUMBER of items produced (latter part of sentence 3)...

C(x) is the COST formula from sentence 2
P(x) is the PRICE formula from sentence 3
R(x) is the REVENUE formula (P times x) (Price times number of items)
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Thank You.
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