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Answer: In the mowing category, the possibilities would seem to be (1) a mown lawn; (2) a mown lawn of a certain size (perhaps distinguishing among large, medium, and small lawns); (3) a mown lawn of a certain complexity (perhaps distinguishing among flat
lawns with no trees or complications, compared to lawns with steep slopes, or many trees, or many small areas where a mower won’t
fit; and (4) an hour of lawn mowing.
In the Special Projects category, we might identify fertilizing, hedge trimming, weeding, and other services as potential cost objects. If we did so, we would need to make some of the same size and complexity distinctions we made for lawns. Alternatively, we
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