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How much would it cost to travel 84 miles in a car that does 35 miles to the gallon petrol engine?


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2012-06-28 19:46:36
2012-06-28 19:46:36

It would cost (2.4) times (the cost of one gallon petrol).

Also, add cost of tolls, food, etc.

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