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Could There Be 2 or even more Break Even Points?
Inna Borodina, Professor, Russian Federation, Member
The main article considers the simplest case, when the function TC (total cost) grows linearly (y=ax+b).
But we can image a different non-linear mathematical law describing the costs (y=ax^2+c or y=lnx +c).
Probably in this situation there are two or even more break event points. Then the visible levels (in the calculation) maximum profit may not be optimum.
So remember yes: there can be investment situations with 2 or even multiple break-even points!
 

 
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