Shipping Analysis Worksheet.docx

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24.7 hours to travel1,608 miles. 30 hours of refrigeration 30 – 24.7 = 5.3 hours 5.3 / .5 = 10.6 = 10 half-hour breaks The driver will be able to take 10 full breaks. © Copyright 2015 College for America at Southern New Hampshire University. All rights reserved.
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Consider the Environment, Surf to Turf Shipping Analysis Worksheet 3. Each shipment of lobsters is packed into a crate (a rectangular prism) that measures 22 inches long, 17 inches wide and 13 inches high. For the trucking company to bill you accurately, you must report certain calculations of the crate’s size with the correct units. Determine: a. The area of the base Area = Length x Width (HelpingWithMath.com, 2018) 22 * 17 = 374 square inches b. The perimeter of the base Perimeter = Length + Width + Length + Width (Kahn, n.d.) 22 + 17 + 22 + 17 = 78 inches c. The volume of the crate Volume = Length x Width x Height 22 * 17 * 13 = 4,862 cubic inches 4. The lobsters must all be packed in the same orientation (with all the heads are facing the same direction) to travel safely. Assume that each lobster requires a rectangular space that is 10 inches in length, 5 inches at its widest, and 3 inches high. Refer to the diagram below to see how one lobster would be positioned in a crate. Figure 1: The lobster will require a rectangular space of 10 by 5 by 3 inches in the crate. The lobster’s ten-inch length must lie along the length of the crate. a. Given the orientation requirements, how many lobsters can fit along the 22-inch length of the crate? © Copyright 2015 College for America at Southern New Hampshire University. All rights reserved.
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  • Fall '18
  • Karen Gana
  • Imperial units, Southern New Hampshire University, Inch

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