Draw the demand curve - quantity of trash, Cost Accounting

The total demand (marginal benefit) curve for visiting Yosemite is as follows: Price = 5000-10*NumberOfTrips -10*TonsOfVisibleTrash.    

a. Suppose the quantity of trash=100 tons.  Draw the demand curve below, being sure to label the axes and the slope and intercept appropriately.

 

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