Assignment 4-2 problem #4.3

Assignment 4-2 problem #4.3 - 10 Board bus 11 Sit in...

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1Assignment 4-2 Assignment 4-2 Applied Learning Assessment Problem #3 Megan Matthews ACCT425-V3WW- Accounting Information Systems Professor Jerome-Stebens October 1, 2011
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2Assignment 4-2 Airplane Trip 1. Decide to go on a trip 2. Pick a destination 3. Plan a date and time frame 4. Talk to a travel agent 5. Decide which airline to take 6. Buy a ticket 7. Pack for the trip 8. Have a family member or friend drive me to the airport 9. Check-in/go through security 10. Check luggage 11. Board airplane 12. Sit in assigned seat/Fear for life until plane lands! 13. Arrive at destination 14. Get off plane 15. Pickup luggage 16. Repeat steps 9-15 to return home Bus trip 1. Decide where to go on a trip 2. Plan a date and time frame 3. Look up bus schedules 4. Decide which bus company to travel with 5. Buy ticket 6. Pack for trip 7. Have family member or friend drive me to the bus station 8. Check in – give ticket to bus driver 9. Have luggage put in bus storage
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Unformatted text preview: 10. Board bus 11. Sit in assigned seat/fall asleep for boring/long bus ride 12. Pit stop/restroom break 13. Repeat step 10 14. Arrive at destination 15. Get off bus 16. Pick up luggage 17. Repeat steps 8 through 17 to return home This is the best I can do since I have never been on a plane and the only bus I have ever been on is a school bus! Anyways both trips seem to have similar scripts. The only differences I think there are is for a bus trip one might not want to use a travel agent. And also since driving across the country will probably take closer to 2 or 3 days, a bus might have to stop for restroom and meal breaks. Oh I added for the plane ride fear for my life. A generic name I would assign for these 2 to be put together would probably be cross country travel , because they are both almost exactly alike....
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