anonymous
  • anonymous
Given that a car can drive 57 miles with 3 gallons of gasoline, how many gallons does it need to drive 133 miles? 5 gallons 7 gallons 9 gallons 11 gallons
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anonymous
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imqwerty
  • imqwerty
57miles--------->3gallons 1st we find the volume of gasoline required to travel 1 mile so we divide both sides of equation by 57 we get- \[\frac{ 57 }{ 57 }miles-------->\frac{ 3 }{ 57 }gallons\] \[1miles------>\frac{ 3 }{ 57 }gallons\] now we need to find how much gallons are required to travel 133 miles multiply bith sides of equation by 133 \[(1\times 133)miles---->\frac{ 3 }{ 57 }\times 133 gallons\] so 133miles--->7gallons
anonymous
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Thnx alot. :]

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np

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