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Graphs II . AIMS Math Review Spring, 2008. Period 1. What is the increase in the vehicle selling price from 1996 to 2006? What is the average increase per year? What was the average cost in 2003? What would be the project cost in 2010? What will be the expected cost of a vehicle in 2016?.

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graphs ii

Graphs II

AIMS Math Review

Spring, 2008

period 1
Period 1
  • What is the increase in the vehicle selling price from 1996 to 2006?
  • What is the average increase per year?
  • What was the average cost in 2003?
  • What would be the project cost in 2010?
  • What will be the expected cost of a vehicle in 2016?
period 1 answers
Period 1ANSWERS
  • What is the increase in the vehicle selling price from 1996 to 2006? $6,550
  • What is the average increase per year? $655
  • What was the average cost in 2003? $26,485
  • What would be the project cost in 2010? $31,070
  • What will be the expected cost of a vehicle in 2016? $35,000
period 2
Period 2
  • What is the major source of revenue for theaters?
  • If a theater generates $100,000 in a month, what amount will be from each category?
  • If a theater generates $800,000 in a year, what amount will be from each category?
period 2 answers
Period 2 ANSWERS
  • What is the major source of revenue for theaters? Ticket sales
  • If a theater generates $100,000 in a month, what amount will be from each category? Ticket sales = $66,000, Food = $29,000, Other = $5,000
  • If a theater generates $800,000 in a year, what amount will be from each category? Ticket sales = $528,000, Food = $232,000,

Other = $40,000

period 3

A D U L T C H I L D

Period 3
  • What is the difference in price for an adult rail pass and a child pass for 4 countries over 6 days?
  • What is the difference in price for an adult rail pass for 3 countries over 5 days versus an adult pass for 5 countries over 15 days?
  • What is the average cost per day for an adult pass that can travel between 5 countries in 8 days?
  • What is the minimum cost for an adult ticket?
  • What is the maximum cost for a child ticket?
period 3 answers

A D U L T C H I L D

Period 3ANSWERS
  • What is the difference in price for an adult rail pass and a child pass for 4 countries over 6 days? $288
  • What is the difference in price for an adult rail pass for 3 countries over 5 days versus an adult pass for 5 countries over 15 days? $572
  • What is the average cost per day for an adult pass that can travel between 5 countries in 8 days? $91.13
  • What is the minimum cost for an adult ticket? $471
  • What is the maximum cost for a child ticket? $522
period 4
Period 4
  • During December, which industry had the greatest weekly earnings?
  • During what month did construction experience its minimum earnings?
  • During what two-month period, did manufacturing experience the greatest increase?
  • During what month did private industry experience its maximum earnings?

Average Weekly Earnings (in dollars) for Arizona Industries from bls.gov

period 4 answers
Period 4 ANSWERS
  • During December, which industry had the greatest weekly earnings? Manufacturing
  • During what month did construction experience its minimum earnings? July
  • During what two-month period, did manufacturing experience the greatest increase? September to October
  • During what month did private industry experience its maximum earnings? April

Average Weekly Earnings (in dollars) for Arizona Industries from bls.gov

period 5
Period 5
  • First quarter sales were greatest each year except for what year?
  • Predict the sales for 2008 Quarter 2.
  • When did iPod sales reach a maximum?
  • What and when was the minimum sales in 2006?
period 5 answers
Period 5 ANSWERS
  • First quarter sales were greatest each year except for what year? 2005
  • Predict the sales for 2008 Quarter 2. 13,168 (answers will vary)
  • When did iPod sales reach a maximum? 2008 Quarter 1
  • What and when was the minimum sales in 2006? 8,111, 000 - Quarter 3
period 6
Period 6
  • In July, 2006, how many more people visited MySpace than YouTube?
  • In July, 2005, how many fewer people visited YouTube than MySpace?
  • Predict the number of visitors to MySpace for January, 2008.
  • Predict the number of visitors to YouTube for July, 2008.
period 6 answers
Period 6ANSWERS
  • In July, 2006, how many more people visited MySpace than YouTube? approx. 37,000,000
  • In July, 2005, how many fewer people visited YouTube than MySpace? approx. 20,000,000
  • Predict the number of visitors to MySpace for January, 2008. 90,000,000 (answers will vary)
  • Predict the number of visitors to YouTube for July, 2008. 82,000,000 (answers will vary)