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1. 1. 14 OCT 10 AGENDA Do Now - Picture Story Progress Reports Review Handout 3.3 Work Time Closure Homework Due: HO4.2 in Homework Basket
2. 2. U.S. History Date Received: Name __________________________________ Mr. Van Nort Score: ___________ Date Due _______________________________ Handout 3.3 – Graph and Chart Practice Directions: Use the following worksheet to practice analyzing graphs and charts. Answer each question based on the information in the chart and/or graph. Legend: FPL – Federal Poverty Level Above low income means the family earns over 200% or twice the FPL. 100-200% FPL – family earns over the FPL but less than above low income. Less than 100% FPL – families living below the federal FPL. Answer the following questions using the data in the chart above. 1. What percentage of young children live in families that are below the FPL? ______________ 2. What percentage of young children live in low income families total? _____________ 3. What percentage of young children live above the low income level? ______________ 4. What determines the divide between low income and above low income? _______________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ 5. Has the percentage of children living in low income families gone up or down or remained the same? How can you determine that? _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ © jkvannort
3. 3. U.S. History Mr. Van Nort Median Family Income - United States, Colorado and Larimer County (county of Colorado) United States Colorado Larimer 1990 \$35,225 \$35,930 \$36,931 2000 \$49,600 \$55,883 \$58,866 2009 \$64,000 \$71,000 \$75,200 % Increase: 41% 56% 59% 1990-2000 % Increase: 29% 27% 28% 2000-2009 Answer the following questions based on the data provided in the chart. 1. What was the median family income in the United States in 2000? _________________ 2. What was the median family income in the state of Colorado in 2000? __________________ 3. Which was higher, the median family income of Larimar County or of the United States in 2009? _______________________________________________________________________________________ 4. Where [in which region] was the largest increase in median family income in during the time period covered by the chart? _______________________________________________________________________________________ © jkvannort
4. 4. United States Colorado Larimer 1990 \$35,225 \$35,930 \$36,931 2000 \$49,600 \$55,883 \$58,866 2009 \$64,000 \$71,000 \$75,200 % Increase: 41% 56% 59% 1990-2000 % Increase: 29% 27% 28% 2000-2009