# algebra 1

A shoe store costs \$1800 dollars a month to operate. The average wholesale cost of each pair of shoes is \$25, and the average price of each pair of shoes is \$65. How many pairs of shoes must the store sell each month to break even?

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1. break-even means that cost = revenue
So, if there are x pairs of shoes, you need
1800 + 25x = 65x

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