Unit 3 Math Discussion Board

40000 25 years 1600 per year this expense is far less

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$40,000 / 25 years = $1,600 per year. This expense is far less than the increase in pay I will receive because I have the degree in my profession. This over a lifetime average is information that should be included in the graph. I would ask the researcher if he looked at any of the statistics for income of those who did not obtain a degree over their lifetime. How much lower is their income? He should also take the difference between a degree income and the non-educated income and figure out what that degree was really worth over the lifetime. I bet that degree seems far less expensive based on that. http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2012/06/hey-everyone-dont-fall-for-this- misleading-graph-about-college-costs/258299/ My second graph is one that is presented correctly. It is a bar graph showing the expense and income for our local boys and girls club. The purpose is to give a clear financial picture for
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the club in their annual report. It does explain the information correctly. It shows a month to month total for both the income and the expenses and a total final balance for the end of the year. I can’t think of anything else I need to know because there is also a breakdown of the percentages used for each expense and the report goes into detail about where the income comes from. I would make it better by making the graph in color. http://bvbgc.com/news/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/2011-Annual-Report.pdf
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