Transcript: Bibliography Car Expenses New-home median in 1911:$2,625 New-home median in 2014:$280,900 Cost of postage stamp in 1911:$.02 Cost of postage stamp in 2014:$.49 Average wage in 1911:$.22 per hour Average wage in 2014:$16.81 per hour Annual income in 1911:$983 Annual income in 2014:$35,00 *In 1911 there is no income tax , no social security and no unemployment insurance Cost of bread per loaf in 1911:$.05 Cost of bread per loaf in 2014:$3 Cost of Milk per quart in 1911:$.08 Cost of Milk per quart in 2014:$1.41 Cost of steak per pound in 1911:$.20 Cost of steak per pound in 2014:$4-8 Cost of potatoes per pound in 1911:$.2 Cost of potatoes per pound in 2014 : $.39 cost of bacon per pound in 1911: $.15 cost of bacon per pound in 2014 :$4.98 Income Car Cost in 1911: $1,130 Car Cost in 2014 :$31,252 Price of Gasoline per gallon in 1911:$.07 Price of Gasoline per gallon in 2014 :$2.14 "USA TODAY: Latest World and US News." USA Today. Gannett, n.d. Web. 26 Jan. 2015. <http://www.usatoday.com/> Food Cost Cost Comparison 1911-2014 Cost Comparison By: Lindsey Brinkman "Best of Patch | Local News, Community, Sports, Shopping, Restaurants, Things To Do." USA Patch. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Jan. 2015. <http://patch.com/>. Over time many things change like technology, style ,and food . One important change is prices.Here is the price differences from 1911 and 2014 "The Food Timeline--historic Food Prices." The Food Timeline--historic Food Prices. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 Feb. 2015. <http://www.foodtimeline.org/foodfaq5.html>. Miscellaneous
Transcript: Price Comparison Analysis Budget vs. U-Haul by: Seth Fredrickson Word Problem I want to rent a moving truck for 60 miles, but I don't know if I should rent a U-Haul truck or a Budget truck. U-Haul charges an initial fee of $19.95, plus 79 cents per mile driven. Budget charges an initial fee of 24.99, but only 69 cents per mile. Which truck is cheaper for a distance of 60 miles? U-Haul Equasion: U(x)=.79x+19.95 The price increases by $3.95 for each 5 miles. At 60 miles, it costs $67.35 Budget Equasion: B(x)=.69x+24.99 Budget increases $3.45 for each 5 miles To rent a Budget Truck for 60 miles, it would cost me $66.39 Representation In both of these equations, y represents the total price of the company. The x, or slope, is each mile that I drive with each truck. The y intercept is the down fee of each company. Variables In both of these equations, the independent variable is the miles driven, and the dependent variable is the price of the truck. System of Equations My system of equations for this problem is .79x+19.95=.69x+24.99 Comparison Conclusion To rent a Budget truck for 60 miles, it costs $66.39. For me to rent a U-Haul truck for 60 miles it costs me $67.35. I would rent the Budget Truck, even though it is only 96 cents cheaper. THE END :)
Transcript: Cost comparison October 2003 and October 2008 - 26 deaths and 6 cases of severe harm from bone cement use during hip surgery (NPSA) 1 1. Mitigating surgical risk in patients undergoing hip arthroplasty for fractures of the proximal femur: NPSA/2009/RRR001,March 2009 Swedish Hip Registry, 2011. Mortality vs risk of fracture Will this study change my practice? Implant diversity Underpowered High attrition rates Research personnel not blinded to intervention Negative points Study design Valid outcome measures Follow-up at 5 years Positive points Caution with interpretation of HHS as sample size low at 5 years May not have been better in ITT analysis Increased risk of fractures in the uncemented group Discussion Results 41 pts` 37 pts Follow-up at 3months, 1 year and 5 years Power calculation – 60 hips in each group required Materials and methods Inclusion: Aged 70 or over Intracapsular NOF # Exclusion: Unfit for arthroplasty Previous hip pathology Pathological fracture Ongoing infection Unable to walk before fracture Materials and methods To compare cemented bipolar hemiarthroplasty with a HA coated proximal press fit uncemented biplolar implant. Aims J Bone Joint Surg Br 2012 Aug;94(8):1113-9. Gjertsen JE et al Uncemented hemiarthroplasties had a 2.1 times increased risk of revision compared with cemented prostheses (95% confidence interval 1.7 to 2.6, p < 0.001). Most complications in uncemented hemiarthroplasties were within first year More re-operations after uncemented than cemented hemiarthroplasty used in the treatment of displaced fractures of the femoral neck: an observational study of 11,116 hemiarthroplasties from a national register. Cemented - 1 fracture (0.9%) Uncemented - 8 fractures (7.4%) p =0.035 Results Cemented bipolar hemiarthroplasty – Spectron (Smith and Nephew) Uncemented biploar hemiarthroplasty – Corail (Depuy) All patients 28mm co-cr head from same manufacturer as stem Posterior approach Postop protocol same for both groups Materials and methods Study carried out at Baerum and Oslo University Hospital – Norway Aatif Mahmood Registrar Orthopaedics Warrington Hospital 20/3/2014 Journal Club Int Orthop. 2013 Jun;37(6):1135-40. Talsnes O, et al Significantly increased mortality within the first day of surgery was found in the cemented group (relative risk 2.9, 95 % confidence interval 1.6-5.1, p=0.001). after adjusting for independent risk factors For the first post-operative day the number needed to harm was 116 (one death for every 116 cemented prosthesis). ASA 3 and worse, the number needed to harm was only 33. Perioperative mortality in hip fracture patients treated with cemented and uncemented hemiprosthesis: a register study of 11,210 patients. Cemented 56% Uncemented 60% p=0.38 Results Study Design Two-centre, randomised EQUIVALENCE trial Results of this RCT previously published at 1 year (2009) Harris Hip score Barthel Index EQ-5D score no difference between cemented and uncemented group Complications Duration of surgery 12 minutes shorter uncemented group Intraoperative blood loss 89 ml less Both implants may be used with good results uncemented group 1. Parker MJ, Gurusamy KS, Azegami S. Arthroplasties (with and without bone cement) for proximal femoral fractures in adults. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2010;6:CD001706 NOF #’s common in the elderly population and rising Optimum treatment still unknown Cochrane review1 -23 trials including 2861 patients with – uncemented implants: decreased mobility and increased pain Background
Transcript: T Mobile: Covers about 40% of the United States besides Hawaii and Alaska Cost Benefit: AT&T iPhone 5s T Mobile Plan: 2.5 GB + unlimited talk + unlimited text Total: $60.00 per month Shared data: $55.00 a month Smart Phone: $40.00 a month AT&T: Covers 60% of the United States besides Hawaii and Alaska 4G Coverage in the US AT&T iPhone 5s with plan: $149.00 for single payment T Mobile iPhone 5s with plan: $0.00 for single payment Cost Comparison on Phone In Conclusion.. T Mobile is over all cheaper than AT&T, however, with a cheap plan comes cheap performance. So the overall better phone would be AT&T since it is more reliable than T Mobile. Shared Data: $60.00 a month Smart Phone: $25.00 a month AT&T Plan: 2 GB + unlimited talk + unlimited text Total: $55.00 per month Cost Benefits: T Mobile iPhone 5s AT&T VS T Mobile Cost Comparison:
Transcript: Amount of food needed for one meal Bun- need two pieces Chicken- need one piece shredded lettuce- need 1 piece mayo- need one piece Bun-$1.28 Chicken-$.98 Lettuce-$.75 Mayo-$1.49 food name price of whole package bun $1.99 chicken $1.97 lettuce $1.50 mayo $2.98 Advantages: Preparation time is reduced to a great extent. No storing,buying or planning of ingredients. Can hardly get any leftovers. List price of homemade food price If i wanna buy a McChicken it would be $1.29. Disadvantages and advantages of convenience foods: Disadvantages: May be less meat, fish, or cheese than you would include in homemade versions. Cost per serving may be higher than homemade. The tend to lack freshness in fruits and vegetables the convenience food i picked the convenience food with the price: list of homemade food with price continued: Comparison of total prices with identified which is the better deal. Price of each unit Bun-1.28/20=.64 per piece need two so.64*2=1.28 Chicken-1.97/20=.75 per piece need 1 so .98*1=.98 shredded lettuce-1.5/20=.75 per piece need one so .75*1 =.75 Mayo- 2.98/20=1.49 per piece need 1 piece 1.49*1=1.49 Cost Comparison Amanda Butler 5th Period the better deal is to buy is shredded lettuce.
Transcript: Word Problem x Table y Guitar Center 179 358 537 716 895 1074 1253 1432 1611 1790 This is the graph of Lone Star Percussion prices. 179 358 537 716 895 1074 1253 1432 1611 1690 131.03 262.06 393.09 524.12 655.15 786.18 917.21 1048.24 1179.27 1310.3 y This is the table for all 10 metronomes at Lone Star Percussion. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Equation Thank you for watching! Graph 131.03 262.06 393.09 524.12 655.15 786.18 917.21 1048.24 1179.27 1310.3 Boss DB90 Dr. Boss Metronome Guitar Center's slope is 131.03, because that is the price per metronome. "x" represents the quantity of metronomes. With no base fee, the equation is: g (x)= 131.03x June would like to buy new metronomes for her school. They need ten of them for their band hall. She is looking at two stores that carry the kind of metronome she wants: Guitar Center and Lone Star Percussion. Guitar Center sells the metronome for $131.03 each. Lone Star Percussion Sells it for $179 each. June is wondering which deal is better. Graph Summary The slope for Lone Star Percussion is 179, because that is the price per metronome. "x" represents the number of metronomes. Since there is no base fee, the equation is: p (x)= 179x 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 This is Guitar Center's graph for ten metronomes. Equation Table Table Lone Star Percussion y2 June checked the price of 10 metronomes for both stores. She realized that Lone Star Percussion is $47.97 more expensive than Guitar Center. June decided that Guitar Center would be the better choice for buying metronomes. Overall, Guitar Center was cheaper than Lone Star Percussion. In algebraic terms, the slope for p (x) was greater than the slope of g(x). The only place the two equations intercept is (0,0). The evidence is shown in the combined graph and table. Summary The system of equations is shown in this graph. Cost Comparison Analysis y1 Graph x This is Guitar Center's table for 10 metronomes. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 x
Transcript: - In other countries liver transplant payments are substantially less than in the US. - Insurance covers almost all the cost in other countries. Out of Pocket & Insurance Cost US vs. Other Countries Discussion Question Why does the US charge so much more for procedures than other countries? How can we change that? Out of Pocket & Insurance Payments in Other Countries Liver Transplant & Stent Placement A stent is a wire mesh stainless steel tube that holds an artery open to keep it from closing again. This becomes a permanent part of your body. Cost in Other Countries Vs. in United States The U.S. charges anywhere from 45%-85% more for liver transplants than other countries. Insurance only covers about 10%-20% of the cost. They range anywhere from $1500-$30,000. In other countries insurance covers almost all the cost, and the price to have the procedure is substantially less. Liver Transplant Stent Placement - Almost all insurance pays at most 80% of costs for liver transplant. - In turn you must cover the remaining 20% out of pocket. We decided to compare and contrast these costs to inform the public on how overcharged the US is for these procedures. A liver transplant is a surgical procedure to remove a diseased liver and replace it with a healthy liver from a donor. Most liver transplant operations use livers from deceased donors, though a liver may also come from a living donor. Why? COMPARISON OF COST THE US CHARGES OVER 50% MORE FOR HEALTH CARE PROCEDURES AND INSURANCE BARELY COVERS ANYTHING! Out of Pocket & Insurance Costs in US
Transcript: Salaries NY Salary $80,000= SF Salary $98,705. SF= 23% more expensive NY Salary $80,000= CHI Ssalary $53,285. CHI= 33% cheaper SF Salary $80,000= CHI Salary $43,000. CHI= 46% cheaper CHI=Cheapest SF= Priciest Cost of Living Housing SF houses= 47% more expensive than NY CHI houses= 67% cheaper than SF houses Houses= 51% cheaper in CHI than in NY Personal Reasons SF= Family, Good Experience, Ghiradeli NY= Good Experience, Movies, Make quick friends CHI= Good Experience, Snow, Olive Garden, (Maybe) Dog Prefered Choice (s) Can't decide! CHI= Cheapest & good benefits, all good experiences, SF= Family and NY= Italian Restaurants. Bibliography: http://www.bestplaces.net/col/?salary=80000&city1=53651000&city2=51714000 http://www.bestplaces.net/col/?salary=80000&city1=50667000&city2=51714000 http://www.bestplaces.net/col/?salary=80000&city1=53651000&city2=50667000 Final Reccomendation: NY because not extremely expensive and a fairly good salary. Many benefits too. Comparisons Name: Varun Job: Consultant (kind of) NY= 2nd Cheapest
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