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  • 1. Lesson 8 and student survey Gisell Gutierrez
  • 2. My survey form What type of fast food restaurant would you like in your school? 4% 1% 5% 5% Burger King 6% 4% IN&OUT 8% Jack in the Box 67% King Taco McDonalds Panda Express What type of fast food restaurant would you like in your school? Burger King 1 IN&OUT 5 Jack in the 6 Box King Taco 7 McDonalds 4 Panda 9 Express Starbucks 75 Subway 5
  • 3. Education Pays Median Income by Education Level Education Level Men WomenNo high school diploma $ 22,138 $ 13,076 Education PaysHigh school diploma $ 31,683 $ 20,179Some college or associates degree $ 39,601 $ 25,736Bachelors degree $ 53,693 $ 26,250Graduate or professional degree $ 71,918 $ 47,319 80000 Median IncomeSource: U.S. Census Bureau, 2005 American Community Surveyhttp://www.census.gov/prod/2006pubs/acs-02.pdf, page 13 60000 40000 20000 0 Education Level
  • 4. McDonalds Restaurant Total Restaurants Company operated Franchises Affiliated McDonalds Corporation RestaurantsCompany operated 8,785Franchises 18,687Affiliated 4,195 Total 31,667Source: McDonalds Corporation 2006 Annual Reporthttp://www.mcdonalds.com/corp/invest/pub/2006_Annual_Report.html
  • 5. American Red Cross American Red Cross Operating Expenses 2006 Years ending June 30 (in millions) 2005 2004 Year Expenses 1997 $ 1,721.8 2003 1998 $ 1,790.9 1999 $ 2,062.7 2002 Year 2000 $ 2,226.6 2001 2001 $ 2,489.0 2002 $ 3,259.8 2000 2003 $ 3,071.0 2004 $ 3,199.5 1999 2005 $ 3,427.9 2006 $ 5,628.1 1998 1997Source: Annual Reports of the American Red Crosshttp://www.redcross.org $- $1,000.0 $2,000.0 $3,000.0$4,000.0$5,000.0$6,000.0 (in millions)
  • 6. Annual Sales by Segment Annual Sales by Segment Wheat 10% AlfalfaAnnual Sales (in thousands) 19% Segment Sales SoybeanAlfalfa $ 1,723 sCorn 3,627 31% CornSoybeans 2,785 40%Wheat 895 Total $ 9,030
  • 7. Family Expenses Where Our Money Goes Housing MONTHLY CASH FLOWSources of IncomeSalary $ 3,200 GroceriesExpensesHousing 975Groceries 315 TaxesTaxes 275Utilities 300 300 225 975Contributions 200 125Insurance 125 200 Utilities 300SavingsEntertainment 300 225 275 315 Total Uses of Cash $ 2,715 ContributiSurplus $485 ons Insurance Savings
  • 8. Study and GradesRelationship of Study Time to Test Grades 100 Relationship Between Exam Student Study Time Test GradeAnderson 5.25 87 90 Grades and Srudy TimeBlock 1 56Chen 5.25 95 80Davis 3.25 64Evans 4.5 75 70Franks 4 74 Exam GradesGomez 4.25 78 60Herrera 4.75 88Ingram 5.5 94 50Johnson 0.5 66Kyle 3 76 40Langford 3.75 75Montrose 3.25 74Newman 5.5 84 30Ross 4.5 85Theisen 6 90 20Williams 2.25 61Wong 5.75 91 10 0 Series1 0 2 4 Hours of Study 6 8
  • 9. Running Times10-Week Workout Program 36 Week Time 35.5 1 35.5 2 35.25 35 Time in Minutes 3 35.25 4 35 34.5 5 35.25 Series1 34 6 34.75 7 34.5 33.5 8 34.15 9 34.25 33 10 34 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Week

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