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    solve these questions if you can :)

    Matt’s motorbike can do 200 km on 13 litres of fuel. Matt’s car does550 km on 47 litres of petrol.


    (a) How many ‘litres per hundred kilometres’ does each vehicle achieve?

    (b)
    How far does each vehicle get on just one litre of petrol?

    (c)
    Which vehicle is more fuel efficient?
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    Re: solve these questions if you can :)

    the question is.... can you do them?
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    Re: solve these questions if you can :)

    oh course I can.
    This part of the forum is for experienced people only to give tough questions to other experienced people.
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    Re: solve these questions if you can :)

    i seee..... well good luck with them
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    Re: solve these questions if you can :)

    Quote Originally Posted by mathkid182 View Post
    oh course I can.
    This part of the forum is for experienced people only to give tough questions to other experienced people.
    How are these "tough" questions? They are all basic arithmetic.
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    Re: solve these questions if you can :)

    Quote Originally Posted by HallsofIvy View Post
    How are these "tough" questions? They are all basic arithmetic.
    exactly what i was thinking... i reckon he's taking the piss. or its HW
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    Re: solve these questions if you can :)

    Haha yeah you totally got me
    But in all honestly I only posted this because I have asked before am unable to get any help on this question and thought this may be the only way?
    Any directions would be much appreciated.
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    Re: solve these questions if you can :)

    Quote Originally Posted by mathkid182 View Post
    Haha yeah you totally got me
    But in all honestly I only posted this because I have asked before am unable to get any help on this question and thought this may be the only way?
    Any directions would be much appreciated.
    Well how do you think you would get the answers? have you any ideas what to do at all?
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    Re: solve these questions if you can :)

    200 km = 13 Liters, 550 km = 47 Liters. So what operation do we need to do to both sides in order to get 100 km?
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