Henry has just moved to England and is trying to continue his lawn care business. He needs to buy gas for his lawnmower. He has a 5 gallon j

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Henry has just moved to England and is trying to continue his lawn care business. He needs to buy gas for his lawnmower. He has a 5 gallon jug and two 3-quart cans to fill. Gas in England is sold in liters. How many liters of gas can he buy (round to the gallon)? [1 gal = 3.78 liters]

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Ruby 1 month 2021-09-19T08:27:27+00:00 1 Answer 0

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    2021-09-19T08:28:50+00:00

    Answer:

    A total of 21.74 liters of gas that Henry has to buy in England.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    One gallon is equivalent to 3.78 liters and hence, 5 gallons will be equivalent to (5 × 3.78) = 18.9 liters.

    Again, one quart of gas is equivalent to 0.9463 liters of gas and hence, 3 quarts of gas will be equivalent to (3 × 0.9463) = 2.839 liters of gas.

    Therefore, a total of (2.839 + 18.9) = 21.74 liters of gas that Henry has to buy in England. (Answer)

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