### Break-even point and targeted profit

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Since break-even focuses on making zero profit, is it of value in determining how many units must be sold to make a targeted profit? if so, what is it. I'm struggling to understand this. Examples would be great as references.

Also, how can a change in the sales mix change the break-even point?

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