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A fire engine travels seven miles to a fire at a speed of 55 mph. Its tank holds 500 gallons of water but.............

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A fire engine travels seven miles to a fire at a speed of 55 mph.

Its tank holds 500 gallons of water but has been leaking throughout its journey at a rate of 25 gallons per hour.

If the fire engine needs 497 gallons of water to put out the fire, will it have sufficient?

posted Apr 22, 2022 by Madhavi Latha

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