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A car travelling at 25 km per hour and gets 5 km per litre of gasoline, how long can the car travel on 20 litres of gasoline?

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  1. At that speed, it can go
    20 liters x 5 km/liter = 100 km

    It will a shorter distace at higher speed.

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    posted by drwls

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