A young chef is considering opening his own sushi bar. To do so, he would have to quit his current job, which pays $30,000 a year, and take over a restaurant space that he owns and currently rents to his brother for $24,000 a year. His expenses at the sushi bar would be $50,000 for food and $2,000 for gas and electricity. What are his explicit costs? 54,000 52,000 106,000 None of the above

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A young chef is considering opening his own sushi bar. To do so, he would have to quit his current job, which pays $30,000 a year, and take over a restaurant space that he owns and currently rents to his brother for $24,000 a year. His expenses at the sushi bar would be $50,000 for food and $2,000 for gas and electricity. What are his explicit costs?

54,000

52,000

106,000

None of the above 

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