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If petrol costs R 11,72 a litre:
a) Calculate how much it costs to fill up a car that has a tank of 50 litres.
b) Calculate how many litres you could buy with R 200. Round off your answers to two decimal places.
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a) to fill 50 litres = cost price * quantity

                          = 11.72 * 50

                          = R 586

b) with R200

litres to be bought = 200/ 11.72

                             =  17.06 litres
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