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When 1.0 g of gasoline burns, it releases 11 kcal of heat. The density of gasoline is 0.74 g/mL

a) How many megajoules are released when 3.0 of gasoline burns?

b) If a television requires 150 kJ/h to run, how many hours can the television run on the energy provided by 3.0 gal of gasoline?

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