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Review!!!. Assignment 3 issues. Women in the United States continue to be paid less than men overall.   Nationally, in 2007, the median weekly earnings of female full-time wage and salary workers totaled $614, while it was $766 for males.

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assignment 3 issues
Assignment 3 issues
  • Women in the United States continue to be paid less than men overall.   Nationally, in 2007, the median weekly earnings of female full-time wage and salary workers totaled $614, while it was $766 for males.

a. Fill in the blank using the data:  In 2007, male full-time wage and salary workers earned _________ % more than female full-time wage and salary workers.

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Assignment 3 issues

b. What percent of male full-time wage and salary worker median weekly earnings does the female median weekly earnings represent?  (This percentage is often called the women-to-men\'s earning ratio.)

activity 6
Activity 6

Activity 5

  • Know how to Sort and Autosum
  • Looked good
assignment 4
Assignment 4

Chicago “drops” in absolute, but not in rate

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Assignment 4

g.  There were exactly four cities with population greater than 500,000 with a rate higher than Chicago\'s.  Which were they?

  • You can be selective using absolute vs. relative quantities and you can be selective in general
midterm review highlights
Midterm Review Highlights
  • y = mx + b
  • For predictions, I’m looking for practical / physical sense of the situation and a rough interpretation of r-squared.
  • y = P*(1 +/- r)x
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Excel - lent
  • Excel fill feature for exponentials
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Midterm Review Highlights
  • 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14
  • Absolute change
  • The pesky reference value – earlier value, the one being referred to in “more than”
final project
Final Project!!!
  • A note on late work – previous assignments / activities are due by Friday
  • Write article and present it
  • Stage 1 – groups of three / two
  • Find topic
  • Answer questions regarding table
finding tables for project
Finding Tables for Project
  • On the home page for this class
  • On tabs to the left click on “Excel Files”
  • At the very bottom of this page there is a link to “2009 US Statistical Abstract”
  • Your table number should be under the respective topic.
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