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Python Syntax: Medical Insurance Project
age = 28
#sex is 0 for female and 1 for male
sex = 0
bmi = 26.2
num_of_children = 3
#smoker is 0 for non and 1 for smoker
smoker = 0
insurance_cost = 250 * age - 128 * sex + 370 * bmi + 425 * num_of_children + 24000 * smoker -12500
print("This person's insurance cost is " + str(insurance_cost) + " dollars.")
#age factor:
new_age = age + 4
new_age_cost = 250 * new_age - 128 * sex + 370 * bmi + 425 * num_of_children + 24000 * smoker -12500
change_age_cost = new_age_cost - insurance_cost
print("The change in cost of insurance after increasing the age by 4 years is " + str(change_age_cost) + " dollars.")
#bmi factor:
new_bmi = bmi + 3.1
new_bmi_cost = 250 * age - 128 * sex + 370 * new_bmi + 425 * num_of_children + 24000 * smoker -12500
change_bmi_cost = new_bmi_cost - insurance_cost
print("The change in cost of insurance after increasing the bmi by 3.1 is " + str(change_bmi_cost) + " dollars.")
#sex factor:
new_sex = sex + 1
new_sex_cost = 250 * age - 128 * new_sex + 370 * bmi + 425 * num_of_children + 24000 * smoker -12500
change_sex_cost = insurance_cost - new_sex_cost
print("The change in estimated cost for being male instead of female is " + str(change_sex_cost) + " dollars.")
#smoking factor:
new_smoker = smoker + 1
new_smoker_cost = 250 * age - 128 * sex + 370 * bmi + 425 * num_of_children + 24000 * new_smoker -12500
change_smoker_cost = new_smoker_cost - insurance_cost
print("The change in estimated cost for being a smoker is " + str(change_smoker_cost) + " dollars.")
#children factor:
no_children = num_of_children - 3
no_children_cost = 250 * age - 128 * sex + 370 * bmi + 425 * no_children + 24000 * smoker -12500
change_children_cost = insurance_cost - no_children_cost
print("The change in estimaged cost for having no children is " + str(change_children_cost) + " dollars.")
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