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Jed T.
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Psychology
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Question:

Define negative reinforcement. Provide one example.

Jed T.
Answer:

Negative reinforcement is the removal of something that is already present in order to create a desirable outcome. This is used as a result of a behavior which you want to see repeated. For instance, when you reach out to touch a hot coal your body creates pain. Moving away from the coal (the behavior) removes the pain. Therefore, you will learn to not touch hot coals.

Hospitality
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Question:

What does RevPar stand for and what is it?

Jed T.
Answer:

RevPar stands for, Revenue Per Available Room. It is a metric used to calculate overall hotel performance. It's taken by multiplying the ADR (average daily rate) by the occupancy of the hotel over a given time period.

Culinary Arts
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Question:

When preparing a meal for a large group of people, what is the most important aspect of prep and why?

Jed T.
Answer:

When preparing a meal for a large group of people organization is key. It's important to get all of your ingredients ready, prepped, and set out. If you do this properly the dish itself will come together quickly and without issue. Those who don't follow basic organization while cooking in large quantities will often find they skip a step, miss an ingredient, or overcook their food.

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