In this worksheet, you will calculate the amount of carbon dioxide, or â€œcarbon footprint,â€ emitted by just one stage of a plastic water bottle`s life cycle: transportation. You will also perform some other calculations related to bottled water consumption in the United States. Use the answers you calculate to inform your reportâ€™s discussion of the environmental impact of using bottled water. For this worksheet, we will consider the best-selling product of the Warsaw Springs Bottling Company of Warsaw Springs, Maine: the Â½-liter (.5 L) spring water bottle. Perform the following calculations to identify roughly how much carbon dioxide is emitted from transporting the product. For each problem below: * Include the equations or formulas you used. * Explain, in words or with mathematical steps, how you arrived at your answers. You do not have to submit sketches, but you may find that drawing parts of the problem on scratch paper can help you understand the problem. * Include all relevant units (such as miles or cubic inches) in your final answers. * Round answers to one decimal place unless indicated otherwise. *** 1 Warsaw Springs bottled water is shipped away from the plant by truck, which will travel an average speed of 65 miles per h

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