Where Does My Stuff Come From?

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  • If you’re trying to determine if your country is relatively wealthy or not, one way to do this is to compare its percentage of the world’s population to its percentage of global imports or exports.  If its population percentage is higher than its trade percentage, what does that mean?  If things are the other way around, how can we interpret that?
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  1. […] Mr. Dunseith HomeClass ProjectsThe Mastermind ProjectWhere Does My Stuff Come From?HomeworkHomework #1.1Homework #1.2Homework #1.3Homework #1.4ProblemsResourcesStudent Learning TargetsMathematical HabitsUnit 1: Representing DataUnit 2: Bivariate Data Nov 21 2011 Leave a comment By Mr. Dunseith Uncategorized […]

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