Projected revenue depends on the number of lawns serviced
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Three students consider the option of forming a lawn care and landscaping business during their summer vacation. They estimate the following costs: Insurance $2,600; Equipment Rental Fees $1,000; Fuel and Supplies $4 per lawn serviced and Miscellaneous expenses $2 per lawn serviced The projected revenue depends on the number of lawns serviced. The price per job is EC$30. The going wage for a typical unskilled university student is approximately $2,400 for the summer months. a) Derive an equation for total accounting cost and total economic profit

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