# A man 6

A man wants to get the best deal on gasoline. He travels out of his way to buy a gallon of gas for $2.14, but he has to travel farther for that gas, or he could travel a shorter distance for a gas price of $2.26. If he put 15.7 gallons of gas, what is the difference in both gas prices?

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