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At a gas station in Europe, regular gasoline costs 2.09€ per liter. Determine the cost of the gasoline in euros per gallon.

Suppose that 0.75€ is equal to $1. Determine the cost of gasoline in dollars per gallon for the gas station in part c.

 

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