This assignment is based on the case of trichloroethylene exposure in Woburn, MA. The case is the subject of an excellent book by Jonathan Harr called A Civil Action, and a so-so movie of the same name. Two of the wells in the town of Woburn were contaminated with trichloroethylene (TCE), an industrial solvent that I know some of you are familiar with in other contexts. Several of the children exposed to the water developed leukemia and sued the companies that operated facilities where the chemical was used. In this assignment, we will use Monte Carlo analysis to characterize the risk to the exposed children. The three principal routes of exposure are: Water ingestion Inhalation of ambient air Inhalation of TCE that evaporates from shower water Use the data in the table attached to respond to the following. This should be done in Crystal Ball (which is a free Microsoft Excel add-on) 1. Calculate the average daily dose (ADD) and risk for each route of exposure based on average values. 2. Do a run with Crystal Ball. Based on the results of the run, state the upper and lower 95% confidence limits for each of the risks. Determine the parameters that have the greatest influence on the results. Make sure you define the assumption for each uncertain parameter based on the data in the table prior to running Crystal Ball. .