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posted by Valerie .
Tell whether the quantity is constant or variable.
1. The price per gallon of gasoline.
2. The distance between Chicago and Boston.
I need explanation for each also.... Thank you!

The price of gasoline is variable. Haven't you seen how it goes up and down  but lately more up?
Has the distance between Chicago and Boston changed in nearly 200 years?
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