Math, 18.05.2020stacy05

At a steady speed, a car uses 15 litres of
petrol to travel 164km. At the same speed,
what distance could be travelled on six litres?​

Answers

Cosecant is the ratio of the hypotenuse to the opposite side.
{90,80,70,60,50,40,30,20,10,0}
The car could travel at 65.6 km  or  65 ³/₅ km on 6 liters.

Step-by-step explanation:

Given:

Petrol fuel consumption:  15 liters per 164 kmDistance traveled for 6 liters: Unknown

Proportion is the equal ratio of two integers, defined as:

a/b = c/d

And the product of means is equal to the product of extremes:

bc = ad

Where:

a = 15 litersb = 164 kmc = 6 litersd = distance traveled with 6 liters

Equation:

15 liters/164 km = 6 liters/d

Solution:

(164 km)(6 liters) = (15 liters)(d)

984 km·liters = (15 liters)d

d = (984 km·liters)/(15 liters)  

d = 65.6 km  or  65 ³/₅ kmThe car could travel at 65.6 km  or  65 ³/₅ km on 6 liters.

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