Mar

17

Assignment 16 is posted and is due on Wednesday, March 20.

- Using the Brower-Cousteau model, find a way of pointing out exactly how large of a distance a “light year” is. A light year is the amount of distance that light itself can cover in the span of a year. It has been measured as exactly 9,460,730,472,580,800 meters. I’ll talk about this problem in class on Monday.
- Use the Brower-Cousteau model to consider statistics of your choice. Some examples include: differences in average incomes between developed and underdeveloped nations, gun crimes in developed nations, CEO pay over time, etc.

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