What mass in kilograms of E85(d = 0.758g/mL) can be contained in a 11.5gal tank?

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  1. Convert 11.5 gallons to mL. 1 gallon = 3.785 L. Convert that to mL, then
    mass in grams = volume x density
    Then convert grams to kg.

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