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It may be pleasant to get an extra hour's sleep by cutting a nine o'clock class, but did you realize that every minute of that hour's sleep costs you exactly 1.7 cents?
The average man takes four courses at $100 per course. With roughly 32 weeks in the college year and an average of 12 classes a week, each week costs approximately $12.50 and each class $1.04 (Math. A--"An Introduction to Calculus, a knowledge of Trigonometry not required.").
Thus two cuts a week amounts through the year to the sum of $66.66 or the price of several tutoring courses.
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