A small publishing company is planning to publish a new book. The production costs will include one-time fixed costs (such as editing) and variable costs (such as printing). The one-time fixed costs will total $64,728 . The variable costs will be $9.50 per book. The publisher will sell the finished product to bookstores at a price of $25 per book. How many books must the publisher produce and sell so that the production costs will equal the money from sales?

A small publishing company is planning to publish a new book. The production costs will include one-time fixed costs (such as editing) and variable costs (such as printing). The one-time fixed costs

will total $64,728 . The variable costs will be $9.50 per book. The publisher will sell the finished product to bookstores at a price of $25 per book. How many books must the publisher produce and sell so that the production costs will equal the money from sales?

A small publishing company is planning to publish a new book. The production costs will include one-time fixed costs (such as editing) and variable costs (such as printing). The one-time fixed costs will total $64,728 . The variable costs will be $9.50 per book. The publisher will sell the finished product to bookstores at a price of $25 per book. How many books must the publisher produce and sell so that the production costs will equal the money from sales?

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User: A small publishing company is planning to publish a new book. The production costs will include one-time fixed costs (such as editing) and variable costs (such as printing). The one-time fixed costs will total $64,728 . The variable costs will be $9.50 per book. The publisher will sell the finished product to bookstores at a price of $25 per book. How many books must the publisher produce and sell so that the production costs will equal the money from sales?

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