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You have 1/4 of a tank of gas and 10 dollars in your wallet. Gas is $2.50/gallon and your car holds 13 gallons. Explain how you would find out how many total gallons you will have in your car after you put in $10 worth of gas.

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  1. princeofwetlot Group Title
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    $10 worth of gas...to find how many gallon that is divide it by 2.5 i think that's 4 gallons now the capacity of your car is 13 gallons...you originally have 1/4 of that so original is 13/4 now add 13/4 + 4 to get how many gallons you now have

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    um, i have no clue.. um 13/4 4?

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  3. princeofwetlot Group Title
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    4 in fraction form is 16/4 13/4 + 16/4 = 29/4 now simplify

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  4. daniellemmcqueen Group Title
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    so the answe is 29/4?

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  5. daniellemmcqueen Group Title
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    i dont know the answer at all im not good with these questions

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  6. princeofwetlot Group Title
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    use a calculator

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  7. daniellemmcqueen Group Title
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    don't have one..

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  8. princeofwetlot Group Title
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    use google 29/4

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  9. princeofwetlot Group Title
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    i suppose you have internet and google

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    understand the question first. word problems are tough without visualizing and hallucinating them first...

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    (For Windows 7) START > *Search programs and files* > Type *calculator* > Click *Calculator* > 29 / 4 > ANSWER. Like @Diyadiya says^. ^_^

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  12. princeofwetlot Group Title
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    for Windows XP Start->All Programs ->Accessories->Calculator

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  13. daniellemmcqueen Group Title
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    0.25?

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  14. princeofwetlot Group Title
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    which calculator did that come from?

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  15. princeofwetlot Group Title
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    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=29%2F4

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  16. daniellemmcqueen Group Title
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    thank you<3

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  17. princeofwetlot Group Title
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    when i told you to google or use a calculator you should have @daniellemmcqueen instead of trying to verify each one of the choices in your multiple choice ^_^ you just have to type and google does the work for you

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    for mac

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