1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A company sells a certain product and determines that the best price that each item/product must be sold for is given by the formula P=1,620 Square Root X Over X. AKA P=1,620 Square Root X divided by X. X is the # of items sold. Each item cost's $40 to produce4. All items produced are sold and the overhead cost is $12,200. Find the # of items that must be sold for the company to break even. 2. Relevant equations 12,200=1,620 Square root X/X??? 3. The attempt at a solution Have no idea what I'm doing here. I'm guessing that you plug 12,200 in for P. But then how do you find X? I'm so lost. Please help!