Question #14812

The density of gasoline is 730 kg/m3 at 0C.

How many extra kilograms of gasoline are

obtained when thirteen gallons of gasoline are

bought at 0C rather than at 25C (tempera-

ture at the filling station)? One gallon of gaso-

line occupies 0.0038 m3 and gasoline’s volume

expansion coefficient is 0.00096(C)−1.

Answer in units of kg

How many extra kilograms of gasoline are

obtained when thirteen gallons of gasoline are

bought at 0C rather than at 25C (tempera-

ture at the filling station)? One gallon of gaso-

line occupies 0.0038 m3 and gasoline’s volume

expansion coefficient is 0.00096(C)−1.

Answer in units of kg

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