Jia is considering whether to go out to dinner at a restaurant with her friend. The meal is expected to cost $40, Jia typically leaves a 20% tip, and an Uber will cost $5 each way. Jia values the restaurant meal at $25. Jia enjoys her friend s company and is willing to pay $30 just to spend an evening with her. If Jia does not go out to the restaurant, she will eat at home, using groceries that cost her $8.a. Calculate Jia's cost associated with going out to dinner with her friend.
b. Calculate Jia's benefits associated with going out to dinner with her friend.

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

a. Jia's cost associated with going out to dinner with her friend

= $58

b. Jia's benefit associated with going out to dinner with her friend

= $47

Explanation:

a) Data and Calculations:

Expected cost of meal =  $40

Tips (20%)                             8

Transport to & from =         10

Total cost of going out = $58

Benefits with going out:

Value of restaurant meal =     $25

Amount Jia is willing to pay = $30

Less of eating at home            ($8)

Total benefits with going out $47

Answer 2
Answer:

Jia's cost associated with going out to dinner is $58 and her benefits are $55.

To calculate Jia's cost associated with going out to dinner with her friend, we need to add up the cost of the meal, the tip, and the Uber rides. The meal cost is $40, the tip is 20% of the meal cost (0.2 * 40 = $8), and the Uber rides cost $5 each way, so the total cost is $40 + $8 + $5 + $5 = $58.

To calculate Jia's benefits associated with going out to dinner with her friend, we need to consider the value of the restaurant meal and the enjoyment she gets from spending time with her friend. The value of the meal is $25, and Jia is willing to pay $30 just to spend time with her friend, so the total benefits are $25 + $30 = $55.

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Answer:

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Answer:

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Answer:

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Answer:

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Answer:

Option E (143) is the appropriate solution.

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