Last week, our group attempted to create an equation detailing the net worth of a single Facebook account. We imagined a situation in which Mark Zuckerberg decided to dis-invest all of Facebook's net worth to each user, based on the net worth of their respective profiles. The question and scenario are both fairly straightforward, but the solution is not so much. There are many factors and variables to take into account, especially a social networking site as complex as Facebook. I wanted to create an index that would assign various "points" to a profile for having certain features. These features included having a large list of Friends, the fraction of the day spent on Facebook, number of comments, likes, and posts on the user's profile, among others. I had originally wanted for each profile to have a certain numerical index (which theoretically should have no limit). To determine the "slice" of the Facebook pie earned, one would simply divide a profile's index by the combined index values of all other profiles existing.