Communications 2000

Assignment #14 - Tracking Down Answers #5
Assigned: Friday, March 3, 2000

Place an X on the line next to your assigned question.  E-mail me if you've forgotten which one it is.

  1. _____ What percentage of the worlds population lives in the U.S.?
  2. _____ At $1 per second, how many days would it take to spend $1 million?
  3. _____ How much did the U.S. Federal government spend each second during 19____?
  4. _____ How much does a fulltime worker earning the minimum wage make in one year?
  5. _____ What percentage of U.S. firearm deaths in 19____ were deemed murders?

Part 1 Due Monday, March 6, 2000

  1. Take out a clean sheet of paper.
  2. Head it properly.
  3. Write out your assigned question.
  4. Write out the work you did to complete steps 1, 2, 3a and 3b of the Tracking Down Answers - Process sheet for your assigned question.
  5. Proofread and correct what you wrote. If necessary, rewrite it so that it is neat, legible and contains no misspellings. If you choose, word-process your paper.

Part 2 Due Wednesday, March 8, 2000

  1. Take out a clean sheet of paper.
  2. Head it properly.
  3. Write out your assigned question.
  4. Write out the answer you found.
  5. Using the format from the Sample Citations sheet I gave you earlier, write out the citation for the source you used.
  6. Proofread and correct what you wrote. If necessary, rewrite it so that it is neat, legible and contains no misspellings. If you choose, word-process your paper.