ParkingProblem

ParkingProblem - You are a recent graduate of Pasadena City College now employed by GWS Industries Jim Keener a high school friend calls you one

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Relieving a Parking Problem You are a recent graduate of Pasadena City College, now employed by GWS Industries. Jim Keener, a high school friend, calls you one weekend and asks you to help him. He is now attending the college and has been elected to the Student Administrative Council (SAC). One of his election promises was to do something to improve parking facilities for students, and he has to make good his promises. He has a plan, but he needs guidance in presenting it effectively. During the weekend you study his notes (see illustration) and discuss his ideas. Briefly they include the following: 1. There is parking space on college property for 1500 vehicles. Members of the staff require 400 parking stalls, which leaves I100 for students. 2. A survey of students shows that: 1426 students come by car daily. The first 1100 grab parking spots on the college grounds. The remainder park on neighboring streets. An additional 118 students would bring their cars, but cannot be bothered fighting for
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2012 for the course BUS 62 taught by Professor Reber during the Summer '09 term at DeAnza College.

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ParkingProblem - You are a recent graduate of Pasadena City College now employed by GWS Industries Jim Keener a high school friend calls you one

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