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# The gas gauge on your car is broken, but you know that the

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Problem 2.1.4

The gas gauge on your car is broken, but you know that the car averages 22 miles per gallon. You fill your 15.5-gallon gas tank and tell your friend, I can travel 300 miles before I need to fill up the tank again. Why is this true?

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