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Posted by **Luke** on Thursday, August 25, 2011 at 3:39pm.

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**bobpursley**, Thursday, August 25, 2011 at 4:29pmannual income= 365*patientsperday*60

annual costs= 365*patientsperday*10+1,200,000

set the annual costs equal to annual revenue, and solve for patientsperday.

This is a very old problem, looking at the costs and billing numbers, maybe they were valid in 1930.

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**Henry**, Thursday, August 25, 2011 at 8:16pmX = The # patients per day.

365X = The # of patients per year.

Income = 365x Pat./yr * $60/pat.

Income = 21,900x.

Costs=365x pat./yr * $10/pat + 1.2M,

Costs = 3650x + 1.2*10^6.

To break-even:

Income = Cost,

21,900x = 3650x + 1.2*10^6,

21900x - 3650x = 1.2*10^6,

18250x = 1.2*10^6,

X = 66 Patients per day.

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