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A 68mile trip uses two gallons of gas. How many gallons would you use on a 110mile trip? Round to the nearest tenth of a gallon.
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A 68mile trip uses two gallons of gas. How many gallons would you use on a 110mile trip? Round to the nearest tenth of a gallon.
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nopee calculator is right
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chelseaboo61Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
srry i was doing a diff problem lol
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oh nvm you looked like a different chelsea
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cause you looked like someone else i knew
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\[\frac{110}{\frac{68}{2}}\text{=}\frac{55}{17}=3.24 \text{ gallons}\]
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