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Teresa plans to go to TWU and live in the dorms. One semester at TWU is approximately $8950.50. Teresa received a scholarship which pays 85% of the costs. How much money does Teresa have to save to pay for 8 semesters at TWU?

- $7607.93
- $1342.58
- $10740.60
- $71604

TEKS 8.2 (B) readiness standard

$10740.60

Marco puts $100 every 3 months into his college fund. Which equation can be used to find c, the total amount of Marco’s college fund in 48 months?

A. c = (48)

B. c = (48)

C. c = (3)

D. c = (100)

TEKS 8.2 (D) supporting standard

A. c = (48)

Jorge graduated from UT Arlington’s school of nursing. He immediately got a job at Baylor Medical Center. Every two weeks he receives a paycheck for $2115. He made the table below to keep track of how much money he was making as a registered nurse.

- How much money would Jorge make in six months?
- $54,990
- $4230
- $26,580
- D. $28,795
- TEKS 8.5 (A) readiness standard

D. $28,795

The scatter plot below shows the average starting salaries for adults based on the number of years of education completed (2006 data). 16 years of education means graduating from college. 21 years means landing a Ph.D.

Based on the scatter plot, which statement is true?

- There is a positive correlation between starting salaries and the number of years of education completed.
- There is a negative correlation between starting salaries and the number of years of education completed.
- There is no correlation between starting salaries and the number of years of education completed.
- Salaries decrease as the number of years of education completed increase.

TEKS 8.12 (B) supporting standard

There is a positive correlation between starting salaries and the number of years of education completed.

The graph below shows the average annual income of adults 25 years old and over based on their education levels. Based on the graph, which statement is true?

The average annual income with an Associate Degree is approximately half the average annual income with a Ph.D.

The average annual income with a Bachelor’s degree is approximately $30,000 more than the average annual income with a High School Diploma.

The average annual income with a Professional Degree is four times greater than the average annual income with a High School Diploma.

The average annual income with an Master’s Degree is 1.5 times greater than the average annual income with an Associate’s Degree.

TEKS 8.13(B) readiness standard

The average annual income with a Bachelor’s degree is approximately $30,000 more than the average annual income with a High School Diploma.

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