Where does the time go

Where does the time go - organizations, working out,...

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Number of Hours per Day Number of Days per week Click the "Function Button" to complete the calculation. Number of hours per week On the average, how many hours do you sleep in each 24 hour period, including those afternoon naps? On the average, how many hours a day do you engage in grooming activities? On the average, how many hours a day do you spend on meals, including preparation and clean-up time? How much time do you spend commuting to and from campus and how many times do you do this during a week? Include the amount of time it takes to park and walk from your car or the bus stop to class. On the average, how many hours a day do you spend doing errands? On the average, how many hours do you spend each week doing co-curricular activities (student
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Unformatted text preview: organizations, working out, church, etc.)? On the average, how many hours a week do you work at a job? How many hours do you spend in class each week? On the average, how many hours per week do you spend with friends, going out, watching TV, going to parties, etc? Click the Add button to compute the number of hours you are spending each week engaged in daily living activities and school activities. There are 168 hours in a week. Now you can click the Subtract button to find out how many hours remain for studying, since this is not one of the activities included above....
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