College Algebra II

A patient’s cost for a hospital stay is determined as follows:

Admission = $50
Room charge:
first night: $1000
nights 2-4: $1500 per night
night 5 and beyond: $2000 per night

Surgery: $8500 per surgeon, plus $3000 for an anesthesiologist

(a) What would be the cost of a three-night stay, with a surgery involving two surgeons?
(b) What would be the cost of a week-long stay, with a surgery involving three surgeons and
an anesthesiologist?

asked by Lucas
  1. (a) 50 + 1000 + 2(1500) + 2(8500) + 3000 = ?

    I am assuming that the patient needed an anesthesiologist.

    (b) Go through the same process.

    posted by PsyDAG

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