# Section 8.5—quiz: Evaluating Operations

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• 1.
Which of the following is not another name for the daily operations report?
• A.

Manager’s report

• B.

Daily report

• C.

Room revenue report

• D.

Daily revenue report

• 2.
Which of the following ratios is the most commonly used operating ratio in the front office?
• A.

Average daily rate

• B.

Occupancy percentage

• C.

Average rate per guest

• D.

Multiple occupancy percentage

• 3.
Which of the following formulas is used to calculate the yield statistic?
• A.

Rooms revenue divided by number of rooms sold

• B.

Number of rooms occupied divided by number of rooms available

• C.

Actual rooms revenue divided by potential rooms revenue

• D.

Number of guests divided by number of rooms sold

• 4.
What might increase when multiple occupancy increases?
• A.

Average daily rate

• B.

Number of rooms sold

• C.

Average rate per guest

• D.

Nothing will increase

• 5.
The Smithson Inn had budgeted \$15,000 in room revenue for the month of May. The actual room revenue was \$18,000. What type of variance did they experience?
• A.

Favorable revenue variance

• B.

Unfavorable revenue variance

• C.

Favorable expense variance

• D.

Unfavorable expense variance

• 6.
Based on the following data, calculate the ratios in questions 6 through 10. Number of rooms available for sale: 500 Number of rooms sold: 450 Number of guests: 605 Rack rate (same for singles and doubles): \$125 Net rooms revenue: \$48,500 Occupancy Percentage
• A.

90%

• 7.
Based on the following data, calculate the ratios in questions 6 through 10. Number of rooms available for sale: 500 Number of rooms sold: 450 Number of guests: 605 Rack rate (same for singles and doubles): \$125 Net rooms revenue: \$48,500 Average Daily Rate
• A.

\$107.78

• 8.
Based on the following data, calculate the ratios in questions 6 through 10. Number of rooms available for sale: 500 Number of rooms sold: 450 Number of guests: 605 Rack rate (same for singles and doubles): \$125 Net rooms revenue: \$48,500 Revenue per Available Room
• A.

\$97

• 9.
Based on the following data, calculate the ratios in questions 6 through 10. Number of rooms available for sale: 500 Number of rooms sold: 450 Number of guests: 605 Rack rate (same for singles and doubles): \$125 Net rooms revenue: \$48,500 Average Rate per Guest
• A.

\$80.17

• 10.
Based on the following data, calculate the ratios in questions 6 through 10. Number of rooms available for sale: 500 Number of rooms sold: 450 Number of guests: 605 Rack rate (same for singles and doubles): \$125 Net rooms revenue: \$48,500 Yield Statistic
• A.

78%