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Petra bought gasoline when the odometer
read 15,345.4 .After the next filling, the odometer read 15665.6 .It took 13,4 gal to fill the tank. How many miles did she drive.
How many miles per gallon did the car get.

• Math -

Miles driven = 15,665.6 - 15,345.4

Miles per gallon = above answer/13.4

I hope this helps.

• Math -

The aswer is 123

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