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From santmann2002: The break even point depends on days and milea...
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Fri, 11 May 2007 11:28:17 +0000
The break even point depends on days and mileage
T= 25d+0.24m
H =31d+0.19m
25d+0.24m= 31d +0.19m
6d+0.05m=0
So the break even points are on a straight line
6x+0.05y =0 where x are the days and y the mileage
y=120x

From jessica: The breaking point, imho, is the point of zero...
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The breaking point, imho, is the point of zero tolerance of the status quo. The point at which one's brain get deluded, body gets numb, spirit denounced, and self esteem is at its minimum. It is the point at which pain start to have another scope, that would encourage one to be a cutter or a killer, or a suicidal.. It is the point of detachment from the real world, and right then, one would considered dead even if he was still breathing. Your poem, expresses such points skilfully in a poetic tone. I agree with you that no subject should be tabooed in poetry. nevertheless, poetry has its aesthetic aspects that may stir the readers' enthusiasm to evoke what has been read, and your poetry bears a great deal of those aesthetic aspects.

From Golfer: 31+.19X = 25+.24X
3125=.19.24X
6=.05X
X=6...
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Fri, 11 May 2007 11:35:23 +0000
31+.19X = 25+.24X
3125=.19.24X
6=.05X
X=6/.05 = 120
120 miles is the break even point
The costs is $25+(.24x120)= 25+28.80=$53.80 for the Honda and
$31+(.19x120) = 31+22.80=$53.80 for the Toyota
As pointed out above, you would have to travel the 120 miles each day of the rental

From Jerry P: 25*D + 0.24*M = 31*D + 0.19*M
0.05*M = 6*D
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Fri, 11 May 2007 11:22:52 +0000
25*D + 0.24*M = 31*D + 0.19*M
0.05*M = 6*D
M/D= 120
So you see, the number of days rented AND the mileage are important here! There are in a infinite number of breakeven points, depending upon the number of days you plan to have the car, and/or how many miles you plan to drive.
If you plan to have the car a fixed and stated number of days, then you can make a discrete calculation.
For example, if you rent the cars for one day (D=1), then the breakeven mileage = 120.
So: $25 + $0.24*120 = $53.80
Done.

From Poetland: The break even point is 120 miles and $53.80 f...
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Fri, 11 May 2007 11:28:15 +0000
The break even point is 120 miles and $53.80 for each rental car.
Hondas: 25 + .24x
Toyota: 31 + .19x
At the Break Even point, both will be equal, so
25 + .24x = 31 + .19x
Subtract .19x from both sides and subtract 25 from both sides to get
.05x = 6
Divide both sides by .05
x = 120 miles
If you plan on driving less than 120, then rent a Honda
If you plan on driving more than 120 miles, then rent a Toyota
Of course this is good if you rent for only one day. Multiply 120 miles by number of days you rent to get the amended breakeven miles and multiply $53.80 by the number of days you rent to get the amended breakeven cost.