How many times more CO2 does pork dinner emit to produce than steak dinner?

Factful math: Grade 3rd-5th

Math skills: fraction

Related Environmental issues:Climate change

How many times more CO2 does the pork dinner emit to produce than the steak dinner?

[A. 4 times more B. 1/4 times more]


ANSWER 

8.18 / 36.45  = about 1/4

Source: Teletrac Navman, Food miles and CO2 emissions infographic


FACTFUL ENVIRONMENTAL MATH PROBLEMS (2020)

ABOUT THIS BOOK

The objective of Factful Environmental Math Problems is to cultivate our young people’s skills to analyze and evaluate fact-based data for understanding our world, while improving their math skills and critical thinking skills.

With the rise of the Internet and new technology, building skills to analyze and evaluate fact-based data becomes increasingly important for our young people to prepare for this rapidly changing world. These skills minimize their chances of being brainwashed by false information and making uninformed decisions and ultimately help develop their critical thinking skills. (Read more)

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Published: March 26, 2020

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Michigan experiencing high COVID-19 surge – people in what age group was infected the most?

[FACTFUL MATH] Grade level: 3 – 5th grades

Math skills: Bar graphs

Related Environmental issues: COVID-19

Michigan has been experiencing high Covid-19 surge.

The bar graph below shows Covid-19 cases by age group in Michigan. people in what age group was infected the most?


ANSWER: People in the age group 20-29

Source: State of Michigan, Coronavirus Data. [https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus/]


Factful Environmental Math Problems (2020)

About this book

The objective of Factful Environmental Math Problems is to cultivate our young people’s skills to analyze and evaluate fact-based data for understanding our world, while improving their math skills and critical thinking skills.

With the rise of the Internet and new technology, building skills to analyze and evaluate fact-based data becomes increasingly important for our young people to prepare for this rapidly changing world. These skills minimize their chances of being brainwashed by false information and making uninformed decisions and ultimately help develop their critical thinking skills. (Read more)

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Published: March 26, 2020

Price: $6.25