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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts

Answer:
**46.32**

If you are trying to track your mileage on your road trip, you will have to make calculations like this. To get the answer, you divide the total cost by the cost per litre (58.36/1.26).

If you are trying to track your mileage on your road trip, you will have to make calculations like this. To get the answer, you divide the total cost by the cost per litre (58.36/1.26).

Answer:
**About one hour**

Highway signs that indicate that the speed limit is 100 kph mean that you can travel at 100 kilometres per hour. If your destination is approximately 100 kilometres away, you can expect to be there in about one hour if you travel at the speed limit.

Highway signs that indicate that the speed limit is 100 kph mean that you can travel at 100 kilometres per hour. If your destination is approximately 100 kilometres away, you can expect to be there in about one hour if you travel at the speed limit.

Answer:
**22.22 mpg**

To determine the miles per gallon, simply divide total miles traveled by the amount of fuel used. In this case, 120/5.4 shows that a tuneup might be in order. Although it isn't horrible, at 22.22 mpg, your car doesn't get the greatest mileage on the road.

To determine the miles per gallon, simply divide total miles traveled by the amount of fuel used. In this case, 120/5.4 shows that a tuneup might be in order. Although it isn't horrible, at 22.22 mpg, your car doesn't get the greatest mileage on the road.

Answer:
**31**

Having properly inflated tires is important for mileage and to ensure proper wear and tear on your tires. A portable tire gauge (about the size of a ball point pen) is a handy device to keep in your glove compartment in case you need to check pressure.

The air pump should be set at your desired psi, then the pressure should be checked again to make sure that the air pump has done its job.

Having properly inflated tires is important for mileage and to ensure proper wear and tear on your tires. A portable tire gauge (about the size of a ball point pen) is a handy device to keep in your glove compartment in case you need to check pressure.

The air pump should be set at your desired psi, then the pressure should be checked again to make sure that the air pump has done its job.

Answer:
**$6.76**

To calculate sales tax, simply multiply the tax times the value of the item. In this case, the sales tax amount is (0.13 x 5.98) = 0.78. To get the total amount that you will pay, add that to the base value of the item. In this example, 0.78 + 5.98 = 6.76.

To calculate sales tax, simply multiply the tax times the value of the item. In this case, the sales tax amount is (0.13 x 5.98) = 0.78. To get the total amount that you will pay, add that to the base value of the item. In this example, 0.78 + 5.98 = 6.76.

Answer:
**1588.2**

This is a simple addition question. To get the right answer, simply add all of the miles travelled on each leg of the trip.

This is a simple addition question. To get the right answer, simply add all of the miles travelled on each leg of the trip.

Answer:
**50 mph**

In this case, simply follow the border guard's instructions and divide 80 by 1.6. Set your cruise control at 50 mph and you will be travelling at the proper speed for that road. Using this computation, other common speed limits include:

100 kph = 62.5 mph

50 kph = 31.25 mph

In this case, simply follow the border guard's instructions and divide 80 by 1.6. Set your cruise control at 50 mph and you will be travelling at the proper speed for that road. Using this computation, other common speed limits include:

100 kph = 62.5 mph

50 kph = 31.25 mph

Answer:
**+36 degrees**

This is a simple estimation that will help you decide how to dress if you are used to the Fahrenheit scale and temperatures are reported in Celsius. For this one, double the temperature given and add 32 = (2 x 2) + 32 = 4 + 32 = +36. This trick is only good in relatively cold temperatures because it is a rough estimate that introduces more error the higher the temperature goes.

This is a simple estimation that will help you decide how to dress if you are used to the Fahrenheit scale and temperatures are reported in Celsius. For this one, double the temperature given and add 32 = (2 x 2) + 32 = 4 + 32 = +36. This trick is only good in relatively cold temperatures because it is a rough estimate that introduces more error the higher the temperature goes.

Answer:
**Not quite. We will be about another hour and a half.**

You first calculate that how many kilometres you have travelled by multiplying the total for the trip by 2/3. In this case, that means that you have already travelled about 300 km. If you have a total of 450 km to travel. This means that you still have about 150 km to travel. If you are able to travel at a speed of 100 kilometres per hour, you will need 1.5 hours to travel the remaining distance.

You first calculate that how many kilometres you have travelled by multiplying the total for the trip by 2/3. In this case, that means that you have already travelled about 300 km. If you have a total of 450 km to travel. This means that you still have about 150 km to travel. If you are able to travel at a speed of 100 kilometres per hour, you will need 1.5 hours to travel the remaining distance.

Answer:
**$140**

Subtraction and multiplication are used to calculate your cost here. First, figure out how many miles over the limit you ended up travelling using some subtraction (612 - 500 = 112 miles). Then, multiply the over-limit miles by the charge that you will owe per mile (112 x 1.25 = $140).

Subtraction and multiplication are used to calculate your cost here. First, figure out how many miles over the limit you ended up travelling using some subtraction (612 - 500 = 112 miles). Then, multiply the over-limit miles by the charge that you will owe per mile (112 x 1.25 = $140).

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