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Deal or No Deal

Transcript: Deal or No Deal Deals No Deals Deal #3 Difference: 2.60 - 2.59 = .01 Deal #2 No Deal #1 I usually buy the little cereal but now I found out that the big one is less. Little cereal: 54.76 cents per ounce, 2.1 ounces Price: $1.15 Big cereal: 30.54 cents per ounce, 14.7 ounce Price: $4.49 2.1 x 7 = 14.7 7 x 14.7 = $10.29 Original Price: $10.29 New Price: $4.49 Difference: $5.80 5.8 Percent of change: _____ = 0.0563540330418814 = $5.63% increase 10.29 Original Price: $59.00 New Price: $45.00 Difference: 59 - 45 = 14 14 Percent of Change: ------ = 0.237288 = 23.73% decrease 59 5.19 - 2.59 = 2.60 No Deal #3 Original Price: $2.59 New Price: $2.60 THANK YOU Original Price: $49.99 New Price: $29.98 The Deal or No Deal project is a project on trying to find out if the everyday products we buy are good deals or not so good deal. The key things we are looking for is the original price, the new price, the difference, the percent of change, and if it is a deal or not. Phillips Brush Price: $39.95 Oral-B Brush Price: $ 69.97 Multigrain Bread: 12.98 cents per ounce, 20 ounces, Price: $2.59 each By: Niles Boothe 2001 Percent of Change: ___________ = 0.40028 = 40.03% decrease 4999 3002 Percent of Change: __________ = 0.429041 = 42.9% increase 6997 I have the Phillips electronic toothbrush but I saw the Oral-B electronic toothbrush. Is it really worth it? No Deal #2 This gum went down some cents and my smile grew wider. Deal or No Deal Difference: 224 - 200 = 24 Difference: 4999 - 2998 = 2001 Deal #1 0.01 Percent of Change: ________ = 0.003846 = 0.38% increase 2.60 The bread my dad buys has changed... Difference: 6997 - 3995 = 3002 My sister uses these dolls all the time. 24 Percent of Change: ______ = 0.10714 = 10.71% decrease 224 New Price: $2.00 Original Price: $2.24


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)

Deal or No Deal

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.

Deal or No Deal

Transcript: Christianity Deal... or No Deal? Jewish believe the Messiah hasn't come, Christians believe the Messiah was Jesus and Islam doesn't believe in a Messiah Christianity is based on life and teachings of Jesus.Islam is based on teachings of the Prophet Muhammad. Judaism is based on the Hebrew's religion. Different days of worship. Christians go on Sunday, Muslims on Friday and Jewish on Saturday. They have different Holy books that have different teachings. Islams have a very strict religion compared to christians and Jewish. They each have different houses of worship. Christians go to a church, Muslims go to a mosque and the Jewish go to a synagogue Similarities Between Islam, Judaism, and Christianity Islam Vivek and Molly Deal or No Deal Differences between Islam, Christianity, and Judaism Judaism Christianity is the belief that Jesus is the Son of God and their Messiah. They believe that Jesus died on the cross to save people's sins. Christianity is the worlds largest religion with over 2 billion followers. Their Holy Book is the Bible. Christians meet every Sunday at a church to praise the Holy Trinity. Christians believe that God made world in six days and rested on the seventh. First-He created light and the Heavens and the Earth Second- He created the Ocean and Sky Third- He created Plants Fourth-He created the Sun, Moon, Planets etc. Fifth-He created the Sea and Flying Creatures Sixth- He created Man and Land creatures Seventh-He rested Judaism is the oldest monotheistic religion in the world, being founded thousands of years ago in the Middle East. Judaism is the belief in one god, HaShem, which literally translates to "the Name". Abraham started the idea of there being only one God and they believe that God made the Hebrew his chosen people. They believe that if they follow his commandments in return he will protect them. The prophets were sent from God to remind the Jewish to be obedient. They believe that the Messiah will come and take them to the "Promised Land". Jewish DO NOT believe that Jesus was the Messiah and believe that he is yet to come (spoiler alert). Their Holy Book is the Tanakh. Islam is the belief in one God, Allah. Muslims believe that God's word was revealed to Muhammad, a prophet from the Middle East. Muslims believe that Muhammad was God's messenger. There are over a billion Muslims in the world. Muslims believe that Jesus was a prophet, but his message from God was corrupted. In Islam there are 5 major pillars of the religion, which are listed below Shahadah-The declaration of faith stating that there is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his Messenger. Salah-The five daily prayers. Zakah-The giving of money and valuables to the poor. Sawm-Fasting during the sacred month of Ramadan Hajj-The pilgrimage Mecca at least once in a lifetime, unless you are too sick or poor. Their Holy Bookis called the Qur'an. We have come to the conclusion that these religions can't find any common ground. NO DEAL. They may have many similarities, but they also have too many differences. Even if they did try to make an agreement, or try to find common ground among each other, they would always have something to argue about. There is just no way these religions will agree with each other. All three of religions originated in the Middle East All three believe in only one god All three believe in the prophets Judaism and Christianity believe in the concept of the Messiah They all believe Jesus was a prophet They are all considered Abrahamic religions, this means Abraham is considered an important figure in the religion. Islam and Judaism believe that Jesus is a corrupted prophet. All three believe in some form of life after death. They all have a ceremony in which followers enter the religion.

Deal or No Deal

Transcript: 1. Which one is the most affordable? 2. How much would one year owning each pet be? Average cost of a $1000/yr This one is hard to stick to, especially with new movies coming out all the time. $1250/yr Things to consider: Puppy: Grocery Store: shots, spay/neuter, food, flea control, grooming, leash, bed, collar, toys, treats, unexpected vet visits 4. Do I need a brand name? The internet is the new mall What's a Good Deal? Which one do you buy? The Internet: Your Turn! The grocery store is the easiest place to spot a deal, if you're looking. So, how do I know when something is a deal? The Movie Theater: Super Fun Learning About Money Activity! 1.Only buy from legitimate, trusted sites 2.It is the easiest place to comparison shop 3.Google "discount codes" before buying 4.Always try to get free shipping 5.Sales are abundant online 2. Can you find the same item at better price? Kitten How'd you do? 1. Consider the value of each item: How often will you use it? Does it need to be portable? Is it something you want to last? 5. Do I really need it? Example: Free Pet The Mall: Results Someone is giving away puppies and kittens! 3. Does this item have long term costs? To buy or not to buy? That is the question You have to weigh the pros and cons If you NEED to buy new overpriced things, you should consider this: 1. Getting a personal shopper APP to compare prices. 2. Always try to buy on sale or with a coupon. 3. If you really like one place, get a credit card there when you are 18, but only if you can pay the bill every month and not buy too much. 4. Buy for quality not quantity. Buying things at the mall is never a deal

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