Nick sells live Christmas trees each year beginning in late November. He needs to place an order for the Douglas fir variety in early fall from the tree farm. Nick is deciding whether to order 100, 200, or 300 trees because he expects demand to be 100, 200, or 300 trees for the season. Nick buys the trees from for $ 15 apiece and then sells them to his customers for $ 50 apiece. The cost to rent the lot that Nick is using for his business is $ 1,200 for the season. Assume any leftover trees have no leftover value. Construct a decision table for Nick.