Newspaper major The Asian Times is trying to enter the city of Paperabad, where already two newspapers The Deccan City and Good Morning Paperabad are in circulation. The population of the city is 35 lakhs of which, according to the recent survey, 60% read newspaper. The two evening newspapers sell at Rs 1.75 per copy on weekdays and Rs 3.00 per copy on Sundays. The Asian Times promised its readers newspapers at Rs 1.50 per copy per day. Since people were aware of the quality of the paper, the management thought that it can capture a major chunk of the newspaper reading population. On weekdays, the operational cost of the The Asian Times were Rs 62,500 per day and the cost for the material and printing charges was Rs 2.75 per newspaper. For the Sunday edition the cost of the newspaper per copy was Rs 3.00 and the operational cost were Rs 75,000. The number of the copies of the newspaper The Asian Times sold on Sunday was 16.66% less than the number of copies
sold on any of the week days. The number of copies sold on any weekday being the same. The amount collected through the advertisement on any weekday was the same and equaled Rs 2,50,000 per day while for Sunday it was 4,35,000.
If The Asian Times wanted to break even, how many copies of the newspaper are required to be sold every week?