Statistics, Data, and Probability II Drill 4 Problem 4. Based on the graph, a student with four years of postsecondary education can expect to have approximately how much student loan debt?
|CAHSEE Math||Statistics, Data, and Probability II|
|Functions||Interpret expressions for functions|
|Statistics||Charts, Graphs, and Tables|
|Statistics and Probability||Interpret linear models|
|Statistics, Data Analysis, and Probability 7||Scatterplots|
Based on the graph, a student with four years
of postsecondary education can expect to have approximately how much student loan debt?
And here are the potential answers...
This question is all about… simply reading a graph – or at least a pimply set of dots.
If you go over to 4 on the x-axis and then crawl upwards so you’re in the middle of
where most of those dots hover, you get to about $40,000.
The BEST answer definitely ISN'T 20, 60 or 80 grand… so 40 has to be the right answer.
And it is. B's our guy.
Of course, the numbers in this chart are merely for the purposes of the problem at hand.
In reality… be prepared to spend $40,000 on textbooks…
Or instead, go and see the kindly, loving people at Chegg!