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Assume that the standard established by the U.S. Government for carbon monoxide emission per automobile limits exhaust to 22.5g of CO per-vehicle area of 517,000 people there are 82,500 automobiles, driven an average of 12.5 miles per 24 hour period. How many tons (2000lbs/ton) can legally be discarded into the area's atmosphere per day?

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  1. aaronq
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    Total Mass of CO= 22.5 g/vehicle*82500 vehicles Convert to tons The rest of the info is not relevant

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