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If a car travels 340 miles on 20 gallons of gas, how far can it travel on 25 gallons of gas? A. 500 B. 255 C. 272 D. 425
If a car travels 340 miles on 20 gallons of gas, it can travel 425 miles on 25 gallons of gas. 340/20 = 17 miles per gallon 15 * 17 = 425
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If a car travels 340 miles on 20 gallons of gas, it can travel 425 miles on 25 gallons of gas.
340/20 = 17 miles per gallon
15 * 17 = 425
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