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My dad works at Amazon. He commands a fleet of truck drivers who are in charge of delivering packages to residents living in certain zip codes. Each day, these drivers report to the Amazon warehouse, where they load packages into their trucks, prior to proceeding on their journey. On average, drivers can expect to deliver to the residences of 150 or more people before they can return to the warehouse, which marks the end of their long and tiring day.

Amazon expects that almost 100% (and by almost I mean almost - around 98.5% and up) of the packages that…

Vishnu Veeravalli

Co-founder of socraticstudios.com (a science podcast/blog run completely by students), Sophomore at the Harker School,

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