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I just went out to buy a 1.5l bottle of coke. if I drink 300ml every 11minutes, how long will it take me to finish drinking everything in the bottle?

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Is this a trick question?
nope, i really did go out to buy the drink and i want to know how long it will last if I drink at that rate. :P
\[1500:x=300:11 \]There's a nice proportion. lol

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long enough to get you to the toilets
hahaha, well idk if i'm really going to finish it, seeing as there's a fuss everywhere that coke isn't good lol i may end up not drinking everything :P
\[t =\frac{ 11min }{300 ml }\ x \ 1.5L \frac{ 1000ml }{1L} = 16500 min = 275hrs\]
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almost two weeks
lol @cguy \[t = \frac{1500}{300} \times 11\]

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