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# To whom it may concern, could you me with this problem. from quantitative methods for business 13e. problem #30 chapter 12. you! 30. the distance between two cities in the united states can be approximated by the following formula where lat1 and long1 are the latitude and longitude of city 1 and lat2 and long2 are the latitude and longitude of city 2: the distance between two cities in the united states can ted's daughter is getting married, and he is inviting relatives from 15 different locations in the united states. the file wedding gives the longitude, latitude, and number of relatives in each of the 15 locations. ted would like to find the location to hold the wedding that minimizes the demand-weighted distance, where demand is the number of relatives at each location. find the optimal location. location lat long # relatives new york 40.714 -74.006 43 maryland 39.026 -77.076 8 virginia 37.432 -78.657 2 sc 32.216 -80.753 1 nc 35.772 -78.639 12 tn 35.961 -83.921 1 fl 27.499 -82.575 6 ohio 39.136 -84.503 6 wyoming 43.623 -110.626 1 ca 34.019 -118.491 10 iowa 41.699 -93.047 7 il 41.850 -87.650 4 mass 42.934 -70.798 1 nj 40.901 -74.514 10 pa 39.952 -75.164 2

Case in point 2.4 attaway airlines, part two back at attaway airlines, the morning meeting ended with no agreement between dan esposito and molly kinnon. in fact, a new issue arose. molly now says that the new accounting system is entitled to the highest priority because the federal government soon will require the reporting of certain types of company-paid health insurance premiums. because the current system will not handle this report, she insists that the entire accounting system is a nondiscretionary project. as you might expect, dan is upset. can part of a project be nondiscretionary? what issues need to be discussed? the committee meets again tomorrow, and the members will look to you, as the it director, for guidance.