The 2004 Dodge Viper in Relation with Our Environment


 By Lauren Kempa Courtney Guilliams Elizabeth Charley & Mariah Becksted

October 23, 2004

The 2004 Doge Viper in Relation with Our Environment

    Our problem is about how much pollution the 2004 Dodge Viper will cause in the United States over ten years. To help us solve this problem, we will research the Viper, get the exact number of cars sold in the US, and how much pollution they will cause in a year. We will also research pollution, specifically car pollution and its effects on the environment and our health. Then, with the information that we obtain, we will come up with an equation and by using Excel (when we learn how to use it), we will solve the equation. The result that we hope to get is that over a decade, the amount of 2004 Dodge Vipers in the United States won’t cause enough pollution to threaten our environment. Our problem is important because pollution is harmful to both the environment and us. By solving our problem, we can get an estimate of how much pollution even one type of car can cause. Thus we can get a clearer idea of how much and at the rate that we are hurting our precious environment.