Tank of fuel

A 14.5-gallon tank of fuel is 3/4 full. How many more gallons will it take to fill up the tank?

Result

x =  3.625 gal

Solution:

x=(134) 14.5=298=3.625=3.625  gal x = (1 - \dfrac{ 3 }{ 4 } ) \cdot \ 14.5 = \dfrac{ 29 }{ 8 } = 3.625 = 3.625 \ \text { gal }







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