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#1 Alexatio

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Posted 22 August 2014 - 06:03 AM

Does it take the same amount of materials to make Q2 Bread as much as it takes Q1 bread? If not, what is the point of getting a Q2 Bread Factory if you have to buy more materials?



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Posted 25 August 2014 - 12:12 PM

it is like this.  

 

q2 bread takes twice the raws as a q1 factory.

but the two dollars to wam or the wage to pay the employee stays the same.

 

 

if a q1 factory can produce 100 energy with wage + materials

 

a q2 factory would produce 100 energy with 1/2 wage + materials

 

 

so effectively a q2 factory can afford to pay twice the wage  or pay twice the wam tax.

 

but then the q7 factory requires twice the raws per energy  so the above only holds true for the first 6 qualities of factories.

 

 

 

so a q6 factory requires the least amount of work tickets to produce energy.  so it will be the last profitable factory.



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Posted 28 August 2014 - 04:43 AM

So getting a Q2 factory is only a good idea if you hire employees?



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Posted 28 August 2014 - 05:51 PM

there are some places where you can find how much a factory profits. 

http://erepublikanal...abricacion.aspx

 

you can see a q2 factory in usa, makes over twice the money if you wam than q1.

 

you would lose money if you hired employees  in either q1 or q2, 


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