Presentation on theme: "Done totally, completely, and 100% by Tess Vanhorn, Jake “Barney” Hollander, and Nick Wujciak, so they have no idea why they titled it “Mr. Magay’s Survey”"— Presentation transcript:
Done totally, completely, and 100% by Tess Vanhorn, Jake “Barney” Hollander, and Nick Wujciak, so they have no idea why they titled it “Mr. Magay’s Survey”
Q: How many customers does the local television cable system serve, and what is the geographical extent of the service area? A: Princeton MA doesn’t have a local television cable system, so its residents are forced to rely on other options such as DISH-network and HDTV.
Q: How many planes fly in and out of the local airport each day? What cities do they come from? Where do they go? A: In total, there are 58 flights a day FROM the Manchester Airport in New Hampshire: 1 plane goes to Atlanta, 3 planes go to Detroit, 4 planes go to Newark, 4 planes go to Cleveland, 9 planes go to Baltimore, 4 planes go to Philadelphia, 10 planes go to Chicago, 3 planes go to Orlando, 2 planes go to Tampa, 1 plane goes to Las Vegas, 1 plane goes to Phoenix, and 6 planes go to Washington. There are 28 that go TO the Manchester Airport: 5 from Philadelphia, 3 from Detroit, 3 from New York, 2 from Newark, 4 from Buffalo, 4 from Baltimore, 1 from Tampa Bay, 3 from Chicago, and 3 from Jacksonville.
Q: How many customers does the local Internet provider serve, and what is the extent of the local service area? A: Princeton MA doesn’t have a local Internet provider, so its residents are forced to resort to Hughes net or Fios.
Q: How many subscribers does the local Newspaper serve? What is the geographical content of the newspaper’s distribution? A: The “Worcester Telegram”, Princeton’s local Newspaper, serves 75,000 people and covers all of Worcester Country and three towns in Connecticut.
Q: Where, how far, and how often do you and your family travel to shop for clothes and household items? A: Leominster,15 miles, groceries - once a week. Clothes - once a month.
Q: Where, how far, and how often do you and your family travel for vacations? A: Florida - 1,374 miles - once every 2 years
Q: Where, how far, and how often do you and your family travel for recreational purposes or cultural purposes? A: Only skiing, at Mount Watchusett, 20 miles, everyday, party - once a month - anywhere in the state.
Q: Where did your family buy its latest car? How far did you travel to buy it? A: 2 years ago, 25 miles.
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