- 60M population in Italy. Assuming uniformly distributed 1-90 year old, 666k babies are born each year. Let's say 500k because nowadays fewer people are having kids. - In one day, 500k/365 babies are born = ~1.400 babies/day. - You need the bed for at least 3/4 days. Let's say 3 days. You need 4.200 beds - BUT, this is assuming every bed has a fill rate of 100%, which is not feasible. You cant afford to turn away a pregnant woman because there are no beds available. Therefore, we should account for at least 50% more beds. - ~ 7.000 beds in Italy. OW, contact me. I'm interested in applying to the Milan office.
Considering a population of 8 million people in London and a flat distribution ages between 0 and 80 years (average life expectation), every year 100.000 people turn 1year, 100.000 people turn 2years...and so on. This means that the number of candles is: candles = 100.000 x (1+2+3+...+79+80) The sum of the first 80 integers can be more easly written as (80x81)/2=3240. Hence the result is: candles = 100.000 x 3240= 324 millions
Did your 72 years old grandpa really blow 72 candles at his last birthday? The answer should be more structured even if not accurate
In a dynamic and efficient team: it is very important to respect the laws ordered by the company and respect hierarchy. It is also very important to work very well in a team, he is always regular, courage and diligence