# Answer to Question #2326 in Algebra for Ashley

Question #2326

A small company duplicates DVDs. The cost of duplicating is $42 fixed overhead plus $0.10 per DVD duplicated. The company generates revenues of $1.50 per DVD. Use a graph to determine the break-even point for duplicating DVDs.

I need help with finding the points to this question for graphing.

I need help with finding the points to this question for graphing.

Expert's answer

The following graph can be used to estimate the break-even point:

<img src="../../..//assignments/uploaded_files/static/9d/df/9ddf784be9c74b895cf664fa07968ad6.bmp" title="break-even point" alt="break-even point">

Thus N(break-even) :& 42 + 0.1N = 1.5N

N (break-even) = 30 DVD's.

After 30 DVD's the sales revenue becomes& greater than total cost.

<img src="../../..//assignments/uploaded_files/static/9d/df/9ddf784be9c74b895cf664fa07968ad6.bmp" title="break-even point" alt="break-even point">

Thus N(break-even) :& 42 + 0.1N = 1.5N

N (break-even) = 30 DVD's.

After 30 DVD's the sales revenue becomes& greater than total cost.

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