Question is related to grouping of round trip tickets.This semester Professor Popkin will commute to Montreal by plane, leaving every Tuesday and returning to Toronto every Friday. She instructs her travel agent to schedule for her
one round-trip that departs from Toronto on the first Tuesday and returns to Toronto on the last Friday of the semester and
additional round-trips that depart from and return to Montreal for each weekly commute in between.From above Prof. Popking arranged additional round-trips as Friday start from Montreal and retun on next Tuesday. There is saturday night in each tickets.
(A) Professor Popkin’s round-trip tickets are least expensive if each trip is scheduled so that at least one Saturday night intervenes between the departing flight and the returning flight. :
Matched with grouping of tickets(B) A ticket for a round-trip in which the departing flight and the returning flight are separated by several months will cost Professor Popkin more than a ticket for a round-trip in which they are separated by less than one week.:
Only one ticket as per the argument. What about the cost of remaining?(C) Professor Popkin will be eligible to travel in the first-class section of the plane at no extra charge after she has completed a specified number of round-trips.:
This is related number of ticktes and irrelevant to grouping of tickets.(D) If all Professor Popkin’s tickets are paid for at one time, she will be eligible for a frequent traveler discount.
This is related payment of ticktes and irrelevant to grouping of tickets.(E) In order for Professor Popkin to receive the lowest possible airfare, each of her roundtrips must be paid for at least seven days in advance of the departing flight.
This is related payment and irrelevant to grouping of tickets.Ans: A _________________