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I'm trying to convert my gas mileage from kilometers to miles and litres to gallons. I drove 437.4 kilometers and used 38.017 litres. What is my miles per gallon? Canadian

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    with 70 litre how far or kilometers will i get

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437.4 kilometers= 271.787759 miles 38.017 litres= 10.043 gallons 271/10=27
27 miles/gallon Hope this helps

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