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#11 dgreening

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Posted 17 October 2013 - 04:24 PM

I asked some others and after talking it over, I realized that we cannot mix m [distance] with m3 of volume.

 

The m/ m3 is actually shorthand for m / m3 of fuel.

 

Dividing through would leave the expression 1/ m2 of fuel.

 

Bottom line: I think this was a trick question.

 

I am going to forget about this one.


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