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Transcript: The Basics Contestants pick from numbered suitcases 26 suitcases total The values range from $0.01 to $1 million Banker frequently offers money to buy case MATH INVOLVED WITH THE GAME The banker averages the cases to find his offer. Lets do a practice Problem Someone has 5 cases left and $ on the board. $100, $400, $1000, $50,000, and $300,000 The banker offers her $80,000. Is that a good deal or not? Take 80,000/70,300=1.137. The offer is 13% higher than the mean Did you know? 403,291,461,126,605,635,584,000,000 Highest rejected $880,000 #6 and #17 - top value Over $25 million given away Works Cited "Deal or No Deal -- Math Fun Facts." HMC Math: Harvey Mudd College Department of Mathematics. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 May 2012. <>. "Deal or No Deal Probabilities." Oracle Consulting, Oracle Support and Oracle Training byBC Oracle Consulting. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 May 2012. <>. "Deal or No Deal: Gambling With Math!." My Dollar Plan and Tax, Retirement and Personal Finance Tips. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 May 2012. <>. "Deal or no deal." yahoo. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Apr. 2012. <>. way, the, does not take into account utility of wealth (that is, an individual would more likely take a sure $100, 000 than a 50% chance of winning $210, 000 along with a 50% chance of winning $0 even though the latter yields an expected value of $205, and 000.). "Deal or No Deal: A Statistical Deal." Pearsonified — Best Damn Blog on the Planet. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 May 2012. <>. MLA formatting by Those numbers averaged is $70,300. $100,000 5 5/20 = .25 = 25% No deal (20 cases left)

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Transcript: What will you win? Our group watched several bank adverts to get an ideal of how they're presented and what techniques they use. In Lloyds the techniques used were mostly real life events,weddings,first time buyers,and learning to drive.These techniques were very effective as they used past present and future.All of these things make people feel some type of emotion so linking this to Lloyds makes the audience feel like Lloyds care. Who? Dear Lloyds TSB, We are an art group from Merchants' Academy and we are entering the "I am creative" advertising campaign to gain back the trust of the customers.After the recession we have been informed that several banks have lost a huge amount of customers,we are writing to you to get the truth on what you are actually doing to gain the trust of the customers. On your website it says"we're here to help"but we would like to know the ins and outs of how you're going to help,this will also help us with our advertising campaign.We have came up with some questions that we would be very grateful if you answered; What have you done since the recession to improve your bank? And what attempts have been successful? Why should customers choose Lloyds as their bank and not any others?How would they benefit? How many people have joined Lloyds since the recession? on a scale 1 to 10 looking after money what would you rate your bank? what sort of call centre's do you use and what is the cost your customers to call and resolve issues? on your website it says you donate 3 million pounds to charity each year. where does this money come from? is it your own money or is it taken out of peoples banks? What is so great about Lloyds? We based our ideal around deal or no because its a very popular show that is very well known and recognised.We want people to be find it comical but understand the meaning of what we're trying to show.Our idea is supposed to show that Lloyds is the best bank no matter what,sometimes people win 1p on deal or no deal. Even though its not a lot they still have won.We want to show that Lloyds bank can help its costumers no matter how big or small their problem is. Our advert is aimed at people ranging from 18 upwards,we targeted this age group because most people get involved in the bank industry as they start their life as a provider.Our advert will be on around 8pm as most people sit down,relax,and watch t.v then. We would have this advert playing on a popular channel such as ITV and ITV2. Dear Lloyds TSB, We are an art group from Merchants’ Academy and we are entering the “I am creative” advertising campaign to gain back the trust of your customers. After the recession we have been informed that several banks have lost huge amount of customers. We are writing to you to get the truth on what you are actually doing to gain the trust of the customers back. On your website it says “we’re here to help” but we would like to know the ins and outs of how you’re going to help. This will also help us with our advertising campaign. We have come up with some questions that we would be very grateful if you answered; What have you done since the recession to improve your bank? And what attempts have been successful? Why should customers choose Lloyds as their bam and not any others? How would they benefit? How many people have joined Lloyds since the recession? On a scale 1 to 10 looking after money what would you rate your bank? What sort of calls centres do you use and what does it cost your customers to call and resolve issues? On your website it says you donate 3 million pounds a year to charity. Where does this money come from? Is it yours or from your customers bank accounts? In other words is this previous profit or are you investing on behalf of your account holders? Yours sincerely Paige Clayfield, Eden Vaknin and Ebony Temple. Letter to the bank 1 Game. 1 person. 4 banks We are going to have the Lloyds characters playing the game. Instead of money inside the boxes there will be different banks.The banker will ring up Noel and offer a bank (Barclay's Halifax or Nat west) the character will "no deal".The game will continue and at the end Lloyds will be inside the players box (they will win Lloyds) Why deal or no deal? Lets play the game, DEAL OR NO DEAL? Your journey to lloyds!

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Transcript: Opposed “[This] keeps Iran from developing and deploying nuclear weapons for 15 years (limits nuclear production for 10 years and access to equipment and fuel for 15 years) if it is adhered to.” says Tyler Rogoway from Foxtrot Alpha. Signing the deal will allow the centrifuges in the enrichment process decrease from approximately 19,000 to 4,000. Introduction Iran's Nuclear Plant Since its completion in July, the Iranian Nuclear Deal is in the hands of our government and and five other world powers as well. The future of Iran’s nuclear programs are in their hands. Deal or No Deal? by:Sierra Harmon p 4/5 11-2-15 The final decision has been made. Obama will sign the Iranian Nuclear deal. Now, Iran will get an atomic weapon in about 10 to 15 years. . Conclusion Supported Politicians are struggling to make a decision about signing the Iranian nuclear deal. Ben Rhodes, a deputy national security advisor says that signing the deal is essential because Iran cannot be allowed to obtain a nuclear weapon. Ayatollah Khamenei has been issuing lots and lots of warnings to the U.S that Mr.Ruhani, the president of Iran, cannot be trusted. “ ‘Ten or 15 years from now’, Obama added,’we have much better ideas about what it is that their program involves. We have much more insight into their capabilities. And the option of a future president to take action if in fact they try to obtain a nuclear weapon is undiminished.’ “ The Ultimate Decision At anytime, the Iranian people can back off the deal and make a nuclear weapon. Iran will obtain tons of uranium, enough uranium to build a nuclear weapon.

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Transcript: Rajvi Shah, Archana Vasa, Courtney Hyland Permanent programs to avoid another depression and citizens against economic disasters Immediate action taken to halt economic deterioration Recovery Rural Electrification Administration Home Owners Loan Corporation Resettlement Administration Civil Works Administration One of the most ambitious of the New Deal Programs. It aimed to aid the unemployed by providing millions of unskilled workers with jobs in public works so as to provide useful employment. Many of today's parks and other public buidlings were constructed by workers employed by the WPA. Under the supervision of Harry Hopkins Terminated in 1943 as employment became available at the start of WWII Federal Security Agency United States Housing Authority The Federal Security Agency (FSA) was an independent agency of the United States government established in 1939. The reorganization plan was designed to reduce the number of agencies reporting directly to the president. Its first director was Paul V. McNutt. Created in 1943 Served as a federal "watchdog" to protect public and private investors from stock market fraud, deception and insider manipulation on Wall Street. Still in existence. First chairman was Joseph P. Kennedy Sr. Created in 1932 Purpose was to provide relief by financially helping insurance companies, banks agricultural organizations, and railroads However, loans were not given to individuals, the government thought by helping larger organizations it would help the people more effectivly The loans given were very benefical, but came in the game a little late to be very useful to the government Established by the NIRA in 1933, the PWA was intended both for the industrial recovery and unemployment relief. Eventually over $4 billion was spent on 34,000 constuction projects. Headed by Secretary of the Interior Harold L. Ickes. Terminated in June 1943. This was the last major piece of New Deal legislation and was preoposed in 1938. This was a labor law that set the minimum wage at 25 cents per hour. While also having a maximum hour, 40-hour work weeks. It also set guidelines agaisnt child labor. Drafted by Hugo Black. Commodity Credit Corporation Created in 1933 The AAA paid farmers for not planting crops in order to reduce surpluses, and to increase demand. Farm income rose but many share-cropperes were pushed into the ranks of the inemployed. In 1936 the Supreme Court found the AAA to be void. National Youth Administration Security and Exchanges Commision Like most other federal efforts to save the arts, this program lasted from 1935- 1939. Its original goal was to create a series of books focusing on America's history, resources, and economic resources. Henry Alsberg was the original director. Works Progress Administration Purpose was to refinance morgages on nonfarm homes. It ended up helping about one million homeowners who needed the help badly This organization also secured many middle-class homeowners loyally to the Democratic party Also called the Wagner Act. Created in 1935 to protect rights and aid unions to collectively bargain with employers. Sponsered by Robert F. Wagner Was controversial when introduced. Changes have been made since first created. Rexford Tugwell was the first and only head. This adminstration was shortlived, and lasted from April 1935 to December 1936. They relocated families that were struggling to communities planned by the federal government. They wanted to build relief camps for migrant workers in California. Temporary programs to restart the flow of consumer demand Farm Security Administration Fair Labor Standards Act Reform DEAL or NO DEAL Created in 1933 Recruited young, unmarried men from the ages of 18-25 and put them to work. (Planting and building infastucture. Many of these men sent their salaries back to their famalies. This program provided jobs for 2.5 million men. It was discontinued in 1943. Public Works Administration (Also Recovery) Indian Reorganization Act Federal Music Project (Also Relief) Most complex and extensive New Deal, it combined long term recovery, speedy relief, and reform Purpose was to create a nationwide economic comback Industries were to create codes of "fair competition", where companies would employ more workers Laboring workers also got more benefits, and rights previously denied to them In 1935, it was declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court TVA was a comprehensive federal agency created in 1933 for the economic development of the Tennessee River watershed. The TVA built 20 dams in total. This program revitalized the Tennessee Valley region. The TVA also provided jobs, low-cost housing, reforestation and other services. David. E. Lilienthal was in charge of the program. Still in operation. Created in 1934 It reversed assimilation policies in effect since the Dawes Act of 1887. The IRA tried to stop the loss of Indian land and wanted tribes to perserve their culture. John Collier was a key person in the development of

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Transcript: With the recent downturn Alberta's wages are suffering dropping well below the one year average Government Run Agencies laissez-faire $1.25 Service Industry Monday, November 23, 2014 THE MARKET Economies thrive on free capitalist markets. Self interest (guided by profit) motivates people to perform tasks required by society (what people are willing to pay for). Competition regulates greed. Overcharging diverts business towards who charge cheaper. Thus pursuit of self interest leads to shared prosperity Singapore has special tax exemption for new business. Production Cost & Profit The total value all goods and services produced. Summary Foreign Investment We are going to lower corporate tax to increase foreign investment. Alberta is highly dependent on Oil and Gas. Tax exemptions on new companies Citizens must save 20% of their income If Albertan`s saved 20% of their income the average debt per person would be payed off in 7.5 years Mathew & Raahem THE INVISIBLE HAND Supply and demand always uses prices and profits to signal to producers that society requires. Thus producers - in the correct quantity and at a competitive price. The price of producing one barrel of oil is $34.45 and the cost is $41.46 resulting in a profit of $7.01. Personal: Personal taxes would be the same as progressive taxation that we currently have in Alberta Singapore Government operates as a corporation in the economy In Singapore government owned corporations make up 60% of the countries GDP Investments vs grants Fueling innovation Creating jobs Doesn't deplete natural resources Creates quality jobs promotes education What we would change in Alberta: Learning from Singapore Government working a corporation in the economy. Tax Exemptions Reducing corporate restriction to entice foreign investment. Resulting in Jobs. Government investing in business rather that offering grants. Mandatory Social Security Saving of 20% income. "Singapore Tops OECD's Global Education Ranking: Report." Channel NewsAsia. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Nov. 2015. "Singapore Citizenship – Benefits and Drawbacks." GuideMeSingapore. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Nov. 2015. "The Oil Price Crash and the Oil Sands -" Macleansca. N.p., 09 Mar. 2015. Web. 22 Nov. 2015. "GDP per Capita (current US$)." GDP per Capita (current US$). N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Nov. 2015. "Futures Crude Oil Chart Daily." Futures Crude Oil Chart Daily. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Nov. 2015. "Department Of Statistics Singapore." Statistics Singapore. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Nov. 2015. "Department Of Statistics Singapore." Statistics Singapore. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Nov. 2015 "Alberta Conventional Oil Statistics." Alberta Energy:. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Nov. 2015. "Alberta, Canada." Unemployment Rate. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Nov. 2015. "ATB Finacial. Alberta Economic Outlook. N.p.: n.p., 1 Oct. 2015. Pdf.: Policies No society can surely be flourishing and happy, of which the far greater part of the members are poor and miserable - Adam Smith Alberta's Current Economic Situation High tech Taxing Sources With Alberta producing 2.3 million barrels a day, the profits per year would be $5.88 billion at the current oil price Singapore's GDP per capita is $73, 469.68 compared to Alberta’s $57, 300 DEAL OR NO DEAL What is GDP? Corporate: 6% for profits over $300 000 3% for profits up to $300 000 Promotes education Job growth GDP growth Creation of new services and jobs Singapore's policies reflect the ideas of Adam smith. Where the government stays back and allows for the businesses to thrive.

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