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If the density of gasoline is 0.66 g/ml , how many kilocalories of energy are obtained from 2.7gal of gasoline?
note:When 1.0g of gasoline burns, 11,500 kcal of energy are given off.

energy=energy/gram*grams
= energy/gram*density*volume
so convert 2.7gal to ml, and do the math.
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