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\centerline{Math 36 --- Daily Homework}
\centerline{Assigned: 9/17}
\centerline{Due: 9/20}
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Think about our spatial model of voting. Does the one-dimensional model seem sufficient to you, or is it missing critical information? What about two dimensions?
How many dimensions do you think there should be? What does each dimension represent?
(As an example, perhaps you think that there should be a dimension devoted solely to how large a person thinks NASA's annual budget should be and that this is an important and distinct piece of information that should be included in your model.)
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