The pricing policy of a company follows the demand equation p=D(x). D(x) being the price per unit when x units are demanded. After studying the market trends the company determines the price function that is given by D(x)= 2000-4x. If the product is to be marketed the company will incur a fixed cost of $60000 and will have to pay $600 for each unit that is produced. At what sales level the company expect to recover its cost

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