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Homework Help: Dog Business

Posted by Kai on Friday, April 10, 2009 at 10:28am.

Please check my answer thank you very much for your help

Based on the following information below please answer the question that follow.
Area A: Brooklyn
Brooklyn is a very heavily populated urban area within commuting
distance from Manhattan by subway, bus, or car.
Brooklyn has communities that range from extreme poverty
(public housing) to very high-income private homes (such as
Sheepshead Bay). Real estate and rents are very expensive in
the more affluent areas.
Area B: Queens
Queens is a very heavily populated urban area within commuting
distance from Manhattan by subway, bus, or car.
Running the length of Queens is a centrally located, heavily
trafficked thoroughfare called Queens Boulevard. There
are wealthy communities (such as Forest Hills) as well as
middle-class areas and poverty areas. Real estate and rents
are very expensive in the more affluent areas.
Area C: Nassau
Nassau is a heavily populated suburban community within
commuting distance from New York City by railroad, bus, or
car. The communities range from resort-like towns (such as
Long Beach) to city-like settings (such as New Hyde Park)
and expensive, country-like settings (such as Muttontown).
Most of the population is middle class, with enclaves of
poverty and a well-represented upper middle class and
wealthy population. Real estate and rents are extremely
expensive.
Area D: Western Suffolk
Western Suffolk is a well-populated suburban community
within commuting distance from New York City by railroad,
bus, or car. The communities are largely middle and uppermiddle
class with enclaves of wealthy homes in estate-like
settings and small areas of extreme poverty. The setting is a
mixture of country-like neighborhoods and heavily trafficked
main roads, with towns that provide urban-like environments.
Real estate and rents run from extremely expensive to moderately
expensive.
Area E: Eastern Suffolk
Eastern Suffolk is a suburban area that can appear rural.
While itís within commuting distance from New York City by
railroad, car, or bus, the commute is a long one from the
farthest end of the island. Eastern Suffolk is well populated
and is rapidly developing as people look for more affordable
housing in rural-like settings. There are extremely wealthy
resort communities (such as East Hampton) and city-like
areas where commercial traffic is heavy and the surrounding
population is poor. Real estate and rents range from
extremely expensive to very affordable.
Area F: Fire Island
Although there are year-round residents, Fire Island is
predominantly a resort community. Although possible, a
commute to New York City from Fire Island would be quite
long and not likely to be the choice of most people. Real
estate and rents are very expensive.



2. Whatís the largest drawback to operating a single-practice
dog training business in Area F?

My answer is The largest drawback to F is that it There would be a very long commute to NYC from Fire Island and most likley would be the choice of many people.

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