Pearson plans a surprise summer vacation gift to its employees. When the

Pearson plans a surprise summer vacation gift to its employees. When the publisher revealed the idea, the excited employees explored three perfect destinations for their summer getaway: Isle of Skye, Scotland; Paris, France; and Bern, Switzerland. Employees, after a week-long discussion, unanimously identified two themes for their vacation: enjoying the weather and engaging in amusement activities. As a result of their discussion, two pairwise comparison matrices were created.

Since Pearson bears the cost of the trip, it compared the countries and created a matrix for the cost.

Since Pearson chooses the place based on the criteria weather, entertainment, and cost, it compared all the criteria and prepared a comparison matrix as tabulated below.

If Pearson uses AHP to base its decision, determine the priorities for the considered criteria.