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Roses to Go is a flower farm that specializes in fragrant roses for florist shops.

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A. List five joint costs that are likely to be incurred by Roses to Go in raising roses.
B. The roses are sold by the dozen, with no difference in price for any of the bouquets. Which joint cost allocation method would be most appropriate? Explain your choice.
C. Now assume that Roses to Go raises two different types of roses, fragrant roses and regular roses. The growing requirements for the two types of roses do not differ. However, fragrant roses sell for twice as much as regular roses. Which joint cost allocation method would be most appropriate? Explain your choice.



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