Hi, I have to write a "thesis" (short paper using only calculus and no philosophical concepts) about a very big and ambiguous concept, and I was hoping some of you could point me in the right direction. It says... "We can assume that at any moment every location in the universe observes the passage of time in one and only one way. We can assign that observation a value based in the observer's location. While any two different locations might observe the passage of time in the exact same way or in different ways, any specific location will only observe time in one way, and no more. Therefore the time index values, based ln physical location in the universe, form a function. Using calculus, explain the analytical process one would use to understand the passage of time throughout our universe. Specifically pay attention to the dimensions of the range and domain of the time index function and discuss the characteristics we can determine about the time index function using calculus techniques. Logical calculus techniques should be discussed with complimentary discussion Of supporting math concepts. Can somebody maybe push me in the right direction? I was thinking about illustrating a graph and talking about how taking derivatives illustrates the acceleration/velocity etc. but I really don't know how I should go about this.. Any thoughts? It's obviously very open ended but worth over a letter grade... Thanks in advance!