Chemistry
posted by Casey on .
An automobile gasoline tank holds 20.0 gal when full. How many pounds of gasoline will it hold if the gasoline has a density of 0.560 g/mL?

I would change g/mL to lbs/gallon. Then pounds gasoline = gallons x density in lgs/gallon = ?
The easiest way to change g/mL to lbs/gallon is to use google. 
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