Most major credit cards are open to student applications, and many even have their own specialized cards for students. The easiest way to apply for these cards is through each of their websites. Alternatively, a person could go through their own bank.
Each student sells 9 balloons.
Problaly 200 to 400 student each year
The cheapest I got them at was $2 each, but the most expensive I've gotten them at was $3.75 each. I know that's expensive, (I got them at Justice,) but i got them for that price because the other stores that carried them was out, and I really wanted trading cards.
about 30,000 student apply each year
having a personal computer for each student
Student #10 is directly across from student #1. In order to evenly pair the sides of the circle, there must be 9 students in each hemicircle, across from the other 9, who will each have a number 9 higher. Student 10 is the first student of the second 9, numbers 10 through 18.
UCLA receives an average of 50,000 student applications each year. California's largest university has a student population of over 38,000.
Buy any of the new Pokemon Trading Card Game pack of cards with 10 cards in them and it comes with the code for booster credits. The packs of cards are about $4.99 each.
Each student in a family will need to fill out their own FAFSA each year.
It depends on the school. High schools tend to have more students then grade schools. Each schools student population differs.