Various costs involved in printing news papers. All the given cost are calculated in Rs
Now, the total cost of printing is calculated by the following formula:
Total cost = P × (Columns × Cost per column + Rows × Cost per row + Labour cost per print) + Plate cost + Setup cost
Where, P = The number of prints
Fixed cost = Plate Cost + Set up Cost
Total cost = Fixed cost + Variable Cost
How many copies of the Dainik Jagran should be printed so that the total cost is equal to the cost of 100 prints in The Times of India (approx)?