Posted by **Henry P** on Sunday, May 27, 2012 at 5:21pm.

Brent received two bills with his monthly gasoline statement. One bill for $92.30 showed he had bought 66L of gasoline and two liters of oil, while the other bill showed he had bought 75L of gasoline and one liter of oil for $100.75. If the price of gasoline and oil remained the same for both purchases, what was the cost per liter of gasoline and per liter of oil?

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