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Lesson 8 presentation

  1. 1. Roberto Hernandez Period 3
  2. 2. Survey From Google Form Baseball Basketball Football Soccer Volleyball 16% 8% 24% 36% 16%Baseball 2Basketball 6Football 4Soccer 9Volleyball 4
  3. 3. Median Income by Education Level Education Level Men Women No high school diploma $ 22,138 $ 13,076 High school diploma $ 31,683 $ 20,179 Some college or associates degree $ 39,601 $ 25,736 Bachelors degree $ 53,693 $ 26,250 Graduate or professional degree $ 71,918 $ 47,319 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2005 American Community Survey http://www.census.gov/prod/2006pubs/acs-02.pdf, page 13 EDUCATION PAYS Men Women $80,000Median Income $60,000 $40,000 $20,000 $- Education Level
  4. 4. Grain Sales: Chart and Table Annual Sales by Segment Wheat 10% Alfalfa 19% Soybeans 31% Corn 40% Annual Sales (in thousands) Segment Sales Alfalfa $ 1,723 Corn 3,627 Soybeans 2,785 Wheat 895 Total $ 9,030
  5. 5. Red Cross: Chart and Table $6,000.0 American Red Cross Operating Expenses $5,000.0 Operating Expenses $4,000.0 (in millions) Years ending June 30 $3,000.0 (in millions) $2,000.0 Year Expenses $1,000.0 1997 $ 1,721.8 1998 $ 1,790.9 $- 1999 1997 1998 2004 2006 2000 2002 2003 2005 2001 1999 $ 2,062.7 2000 $ 2,226.6 Year 2001 $ 2,489.0 2002 $ 3,259.8 2003 $ 3,071.0 2004 $ 3,199.5 2005 $ 3,427.9 2006 $ 5,628.1Source: Annual Reports of the American Red Crosshttp://www.redcross.org
  6. 6. Coronado Foundries: Chart andTable Iowa 1 8,723 129 Production and Scrap Report Iowa 2 10,548 245 250 Kansas 5,211 50 200 Units of Scrap Nevada 4,527 45 150 Oklahoma 9,914 149 100 Texas 1 11,204 190 50 - Texas 2 8,564 100 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 Texas 3 6,799 75 Units Produced Utah 1 7,612 150 Utah 2 8,247 125 Total 88,608 1,368 *Scrap is generated during the manufacturing process.
  7. 7. Population of Large Cities: Chartand Table Worlds 10 Largest Cities 35 Population in Millions 30 25 20 15 Most Populated Cities in the World 10 Population 5 City (in millions) 0 Tokyo/Yokohama 33.2 New York 17.8 Sao Paulo 17.7 Seoul/Incheon 17.5 Mexico City 17.4 Osaka/Kobe/Kyoto 16.425 Manila 14.75 Mumbai 14.35 Delhi 14.3 Jakarta 14.25 Source: http://www.citymayors.com/statistics/largest-cities-population-125.html Largest cities in the world by land area, population, and density as of January 6, 2007 accessed June 13, 2007
  8. 8. Running Times: Chart and Table 36 35.5 Time in Minutes 35Running Times 34.510-Week Workout Program 34 Week Time 33.5 1 35.5 33 2 35.25 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 3 35.25 Week 4 35 5 35.25 6 34.75 7 34.5 8 34.15 9 34.25 10 34
  9. 9. Family Expenses: Chart and Table MONTHLY CASH FLOWSources ofIncome $Salary 3,200 EntertainExpenses ment Where Our MoneyHousing 975 8% Savings GoesGroceries 315 11%Taxes 275 Insurance Housing 5% 36%Utilities 300Contributions 200 Utilities 11% Taxes GroceriesInsurance 125 10% 12%Savings 300 Contribut ionsEntertainment 225 Total Uses of $ 7%Cash 2,715Surplus $485
  10. 10. McDonald’s Restaurants: Chart and Table Total Restaurants Company operated Franchises Affiliated 13% 28% McDonalds Corporation Restaurants 59%Company 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
  11. 11. Study and Grades Chart andBetween Relationship Table Exam Grades and Study Relationship of Study Time to Test Grades Time 100 Student Study Time Test Grade 95 Anderson 5.25 87 90 Block 1 56 85 Exam Grades Chen 5.25 95 80 Davis 3.25 64 75 Evans 4.5 75 70 Franks 4 74 65 Gomez 4.25 78 60 Herrera 4.75 88 55 Ingram 5.5 94 50 Johnson 0.5 66 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Kyle 3 76 Langford 3.75 75 Hours of Study Montrose 3.25 74 Newman 5.5 84 Ross 4.5 85 Theisen 6 90 Williams 2.25 61 Wong 5.75 91

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