Milk difference

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Milk difference

  1. 1. Difference Between 2011 Order and 2010 OrderCLASS Skim 2% Milk Chocolate Bottled WaterPre K -1 -5 0 1KA -3 2 0 0KB 0 3 5 1KC 1 1 -1 -11A 3 1 0 -11B 1 -2 1 02A -4 -2 1 02B -2 -3 0 13A 0 4 2 -33B 5 3 -3 14A -2 0 0 14B -2 3 2 -35A 0 -1 -1 15B -8 2 4 -16A 2 -5 10 -16B 3 -3 2 27A -2 -4 -1 27B -1 1 -8 -18A -3 -3 -3 08B -2 7 0 1 -15 -1 10 02. Drinks orders have decreased in total (loss of 6). Is this a reflection of change in total student population?Skim milk showed the biggest decrease of 15, 2% a small loss of 1, and chocolate milk the biggest increase of 10. Water held3. Biggest loss is in 7th grade, where 14 drink orders were lost. Sixth grade had the biggest gain of 10, but is due to increase iSecond grade lost 9, while 3rd grade gained 9.Percent change is the change divided by the original amount.Skim milk showed the biggest decrease of 15, 2% a small loss of 1, and chocolate milk the biggest increase of 10. Water held4.0 Original Order (2010) Change % ChangeSkim Milk 73 -15 -0.2054794522% Milk 109 -1 0.009174312Chocolate Milk 171 10 0.058479532Water 31 0 05.0A. Step 1: Figure out how many students ordered 2% white milk this year: 108If students switched to skim milk, theyd save 50 calories per order or: 50*108B. Students who order chocolate milk 181Chocolate milk has 140 calories, so switching to water would save that much per order
  2. 2. BONUSPounds you would lose by making the changes in 5A and 5B, assuming 180 school days per year Pounds Lost5A: 2% white milk to skim milk 277.71428575B: chocolate to water 1303.2
  3. 3. Sum of Change per Class Sum of Change Per Grade -5 -5 -1 8 9 0 3 3 0 -5 -9 -4 3 9 6 -1 -1 0 -1 -4 -3 6 10 4 -5 -14 -9 -9 -3 6dent population?ggest increase of 10. Water held steady.gain of 10, but is due to increase in class size.ggest increase of 10. Water held steady. 5400 25340

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