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How do you calculate the percentage of Customers to keep profit margin stable?

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Hi Franziska,

This is a classic breakeven!

So, first, create the full formula, and then pulg-in what's missing.

  1. Profit from warranty* % quantity sold = Profit loss from car
  2. (Revenue from warranty - expected cost from warranty) * quantity sold = Profit loss from car
  3. (2,350 - 1,100) * quantity sold = $1,000
  4. 1,250 * quantity sold = $1,000
  5. Quantity sold = 1,000/1,250 = 80%

Hi Franziska,

This is a classic breakeven!

So, first, create the full formula, and then pulg-in what's missing.

  1. Profit from warranty* % quantity sold = Profit loss from car
  2. (Revenue from warranty - expected cost from warranty) * quantity sold = Profit loss from car
  3. (2,350 - 1,100) * quantity sold = $1,000
  4. 1,250 * quantity sold = $1,000
  5. Quantity sold = 1,000/1,250 = 80%