Well, here is an interesting math question. A Super Bowl commercial in 2011 costs $3,100,000 for 30 seconds of ad time. How much would a 1 second commerical cost this year? Is it $310 a second? Is my answer right?
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Its 3,100,000 divided by 30. 3,100,000 divided by 10 is 310,000. That divided by 3 would be 103,333.33.
I think. I don't have a calculatorLast edited by JaysusCutler; 01242011, 04:51 PM.sigpic
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lets say... 4 commercials per break, 5 breaks per quarter, plus halftime which is like 15 commercials???
35ish???
35*3.1mill
about 104million i would think...
so what is that, 1.04*10^8????Comment

Thank you!! You should become a Math tutor Sam.sigpic
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well... math isn't tough if you pay attention...
you told me how much it cost per 30 seconds... you just divide that by 30 to get it per 1 second.
then you wanted to find the total... first you need to know how many commercials are played during a super bowl, then multiply that by the 30 second price thing you gave.
its really simple math though.Comment

I am SO confused right now...
EDIT: And I'm not talking about the math...Last edited by JaysusCutler; 01242011, 07:28 PM.sigpic
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