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according to american insurance companies a driver will travel 12,000miles in a single year.gasoline may be taken as primarily C8H18,octane, and the reaction with dioxygen is given below.the driver's vehicle gets 25.0miles per gallon.the density of octane is 0.703g/ml.
2C8H18 +25O2=16CO2+18H2O

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    how much gasoline in gallon is used in one year.

    how much gasoline in grams is used in one year.

    how much CO2 in grams in grams is produced in a single year?how many pounds of CO2 are produced

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