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Homework Help: Pre-Algrebra

Posted by Samantha on Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 11:15am.

One gallon of liquid occupies 231 cubic inches. Write a rule that expresses the number of gallons g(c) as a function of the number of cubic inches c.

Choices are:
g(c)=c/231
g(c)=132/c
g(c)=231c
g(c)=132c

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