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```									CALORIE PROJECT

BY SAMANTHA SILVA
Calorie Program Description
   A mini-survey that asks yes/no
questions

activities that they practice during
a typical day

junk foods that they eat in a
typical day

    Based on a 2000 calorie diet of a
150lb person, program calculates
the calorie gain/loss during the
day.

   Program then converts calorie
gain/loss into the equivalent
pound gain/loss
The amount of calories lost in various
activities (for an average 150lb. person)
ACTIVITIES
Activity            Calories lost (per
hour)

Playing competitive                  545
basketball                                            Activities and their
Playing Tennis                       460
respective calorie loss.

Riding a bike at 9.4 mph             420
   These are the values
Riding a bike at 5.5 mph             420
used within the program
(if you’re wondering
Walking                              239               how the calories were
calculated)
Playing competitive                  614
football

The amount of calories gained
JUNK FOODS                       through the consumption
of various junk foods

Junk food          Calories (per
   These values were                                  serving)

McDonald’s Big Mac™
used to calculate the                                590

amount of calories      McDonald’s                   330
cheeseburger
consumed per junk
Regular size Snickers™       280
food                    bar

ice cream (one cup)          340

   Warning: avoid          One small bag of chips       150

these!!!                Three chocolate              160

12oz. Coca-Cola™ or          210
Sprite™
Compound Interest
Program

By Alecia
Compound Interest
What is compound interest?
   Compound Interest is a common type of interest in
the world today which takes into account an interest
rate, an original principal, and the number of times
per year that interest is compounded.
   Compound Interest differs from simple interest in that
in simple interest, interest is only paid on the original
principal, whereas in compound interest, interest is
paid on the balance as a whole (original principal as
well as past interest payments)
   Compound Interest will always return a finite balance
The Compound Interest Program
The Compound Interest Program:
   Takes values for the principal,
rate, time, and number of times
compounded per year from the
user
   Calculates the balance
   Graphs the balance over time at
that specific interest and
compounding rate
   Calculates the balance if the
interest were compounded
continuously
   Calculates the time it would take
for the principal to double
Formulas
The Compound Interest program is
built on the principle of the
following formulas, where P is
the principal, A is the balance, r
is the rate in percentage (ex.
.07) , n is the number of times
compounded, and t is the time:
   Compound interest formula:
A = P (1 + r/n)^nt
   Continuous compound
interest formula: A = Pe^rt
   Principal doubled formula
(derived from Compound
interest formula): t = (log 2)/
(n * log ( 1 + (r/n)))
CREDITS
 Calorie Project
Samantha
 Compound Interest
Project  Alecia
 Presentation Alecia
and Samantha
 Special Thanks to Mr.
Goral for helping on the
projects

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