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As of 2001, the salary of the President of the United States is $400,000 with a $50,00 expense account, yearly. For complete information about the government and all thr…ee branches, check out http://usgovinfo.about.com
a lot... Yes a lot is right. In fact according to the American Chemical Council as of May 31, 2011 a year-to-date comparison showed that 1,885,200,000 pounds of Polystyrene-…PS was produced, with a captive use of 1,862,200,000 pounds. California is the leading producer of Expanded Polystyrene-EPS, [also known as Styrofoam] generating more than 350,000,000 pounds in 2011.
About $34.3 million (as of 2006 and this was a reduction down from about $113.4 million). Check this out: http://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/RS22771.pdf
About Average is 30-70 pounds.
There are hundreds of sheep killed each year for food. The exact number of sheep killed varies from country to country.
gabe nobbe says about 112 to 113 pellets a day he counts them indiviually and figures that average.
we use 30g a year
About 10 to 15 billion dollars per year -- about 4/10ths of one percent of the US federal budget. Just for comparison, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or SNAP (f…ormerly called food stamps) spent over $80 billion in 2012. For those looking to save the US government some money, I would suggest the $750 billion dollars in waste alone in the Medicare program.
hard to answer but i would say 400 pounds
Numbers vary wildly: $465 billion in 2008 - Dean Kamen towards the end of his TEDMED 2010 presentation. See link below at 58:02 $200 billion, according to Ter…ry Rhoads, a former Nike marketing executive who is general manager of Zou Marketing, a Shanghai company that advises on sports management and promotion. Source added below. "the personal consumption expenditure (PCE) on the spectator sports segment reached $25.4 billion" - WR HAMBRECHT + CO, a full-service investment bank, in its 2012 report. Source added below.
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over seven dollars nationally