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Johnny can drive 50 miles on two gallons of gasoline.How many gallons will he need to go 298 miles? A) 12.10. B) 5.96. C) 8.90 D) 11.92

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    50 miles used 2 gallons
    298 miles
    298×2=596
    596÷50= 11.92 gallons

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