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If you study an extra 10 hours a week for a year and you earn a four-year scholarship valued at $50,000, what is your hourly return on your investment in study time?

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  1. ChmE
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    52 weeks in a year. 10 hrs a week, so 520 total hours. $50,000/520hrs = $/hr

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    Let's assume a year is 52 weeks. 10 hours a week for 52 weeks is 520 hours $50,000 per 520 hours is $50,000/(520 hours) = $96.15/hour

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