# word problems

The revenue R from selling x number of phone widgets is given by
R
=
32
x
R=32x, and the cost C of producing those widgets is given by
C
=
22
x
+
1830
C=22x+1830. Find the number of widgets it requires to break even.

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1. naturally, when cost = revenue:

32x = 22x+1830
10x = 1830
x = 183

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