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Monthly Archives: November 2013

Buy vs Rent project – step 6 and 7

s-ic.1, s-ic.2 Essential Question 1: How do you determine the cost of owning a home over 30 years? Essential Question 2: How do you manipulate future prices by adjusting for inflation?   Step 6: Calculate the cost to rent over 30 years in the comparable apartment from step 2. Remember rent will increase the rate … Continue reading »

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Buy vs Rent Project – step 4 and 5 (did you finish step 2???)

s-ic.1, s-ic.2 Essential Question 1: How do you determine the cost of owning a home over 30 years? Essential Question 2: How do you manipulate future prices by adjusting for inflation?   Step 4: Calculate the cost of the mortgage and taxes over 30 years. A mortgage costs $59.96 a month per $10,000 of the … Continue reading »

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Buy vs Rent project – step 2 and 3

s-ic.1, s-ic.2 Essential Question 1: How do you determine the cost of owning a home over 30 years? Essential Question 2: How do you manipulate future prices by adjusting for inflation? Step 2: Using the Box and whisker plots, choose a house or condo that is a “good deal”. Give written justification for your decision. … Continue reading »

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Buy Vs Rent Project – step 1

Essential Question 1: How do you compose box and whisker plots? Step 1: Construct a box and whisker plot for both size and price for the houses/condos/apartments. There should be six total.   (680)

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Rent vs Buy Project Notes

Essential Question 1: How do you compose box and whisker plots? Essential Question 2: How do you adjust prices for inflation?   We will be broken up into your groups the next class week. Please review the two topics below in preparation for the project   (687)

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