Item Type:ArticleItem Status:Live ArchiveAbstractNeonatal feeding has been traditionally understudied so guidelines and evidence based support for common feeding practices are limited. A major contributing factor to the paucity of evidence based practice in this area has been the lack of simple to use, low cost tools for monitoring sucking performance. We describe new methods for quantifying neonatal sucking performance that hold significant clinical and research promise.

The discount rate would be 1 divided by 1.03 squared, or 94 percent. That means that the present value of the cash flow in year two is $940. You would follow the same pattern for a $1,000 cash flow in year three: 1 divided by 1.03 to the power of three is 92 percent, so the present value of the cash flow would be $920..

And this process will continue all the way down to the 1 seeds. And the 1 seeds will get to see almost the entire bracket filled out before picking which one to go into. Do they choose the one thats close to their home so they get a good home court advantage for the first two games? Do they see a bracket in general that they think is weaker and choose to go there? Do they feel like they have the number of a couple of the other high seeds in their bracket and like those match ups with their team? I think it would make it extremely interesting.

I have mixed thoughts about that. On one hand, the kids in Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Cuba, and Venezuela aren playing with expensive youth leagues and they produce talent amazingly because that what their top athletes produce. America African American athletes are generally lower economically than white middle class kids, but they have no problem participating in basketball and football which also have costs.

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