(CLU) (desirsar) wrote in thequestionclub,
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x = buy price
y = sell price
q = quantity

qy-(1.05qx+10)=p where p is profit. (5% tax, 10 fee.)

I want to make a 3-D graph of the price at which you must sell something purchased at a given price and quantity in order to break even (and anything higher than that makes a profit.) Since it will be plotted so profit is 0...

qy-(1.05qx+10)=0

Solve for y (the price at which you must sell to break even knowing the buy price and quantity...)

y=(1.05qx+10)/q

Why does this look wrong when I plot it using a nifty 3-D graphing utility?

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