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Posted by please help on Sunday, January 13, 2013 at 6:51pm.

When one gallon of gasoline is burned in a car engine, 1.20 108 J of internal energy is released. Suppose that 0.99 108 J of this energy flows directly into the surroundings (engine block and exhaust system) in the form of heat. If 5.0 105 J of work is required to make the car go one mile, how many miles can the car travel on one gallon of gas?

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