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    • CAN YOUSAY LOAN?Alysha PoulinF Period
    • TABLEYear Cost ($) A lot of reports say69-70 427 college costs are79-80 840 skyrocketing out of89-90 2035 control. This may be true for private colleges, but90-91 2159 tuition costs for public91-92 2410 institutions seem to rise in12-93 2349 a steady pattern. The information in the table93-94 2537 lists the college tuition94-95 2681 costs for four-year public95-96 2811 institutions of higher education since the 1969-96-97 2975 70 school year.97-98 3111
    • GRAPH4000350030002500 y = 231.4x + 823.62000 Series1 Linear (Series1)15001000 500cost 0 69-70 79-80 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 year
    • EXPERIMENTAL GRAPH (BY TENS) 3500 3000 y = 347.9x + 1559 2500 2000 Series1cost 1500 Linear (Series1) 1000 500 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 year
    • COMPARE
    • WHEN OUR KIDS GO TO COLLEGE…If you have a child when you turn 28, in whatyear will he or she most likely first attend college?1994+28=2022( the child would be born) +18 ( after attending 12 yrs of school) = 2040My child will go to college in the year 2040/2041Estimated tuition= 15,000-20,000 dollars
    • ARTICLEAs we all know, college costs are risingevery year. I feel like the rising costs of education after high school will push many students away from college. Many students needscholarships, loans, and financial aid to cover the costs. I have learned that public schooling is cheaper then private. Students would be getting a better value if they attended public schools due to the crazy prices of private school. I support public schooling because I want to be payingback as little money as I can when I amout of college, rather than hundreds of dollars a month.