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Cheska, The owner of One Shoe Three Shoe Store visited one of her branches to check on the progress and performance of her business
ONE, SHOE, THREE
She approached the manager, Genevieve, to talk about her reports regarding the sales and profit of her branch
Gen I want to ensure that this branch is gaining profit. Can you tell or check how many shoes must be sold to break even?
Sure, Let us talk at the conference room and review the reports.
These are some of the reports I have gathered in the past few weeks...
It shows here that 1, 15, or 25 pairs of shoes sold will give us a breakeven, which means no loss or gain of profit
Sure, No problem.
Oh..Would you care to explain further?
We have a problem/equation that we have solved to know how many shoes need/must be sold to break even..here it is
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