﻿ From his last trip, Carl knows that his car's mileage is 22 miles per gallon of gas. How many gallons will he use if he is planning a 668-mile
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# From his last trip, Carl knows that his car's mileage is 22 miles per gallon of gas. How many gallons will he use if he is planning a 668-mile roundtrip? Use the formula d= rg. Where d is the distance, r is the rate in miles per gallon, and g is the number of gallons of gas

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