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In a fuel station the service costs $2.05 per car, every liter of fuel

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In a fuel station the service costs $2.05 per car, every liter of fuel costs 0.6$. Assuming that you fill up 3 mini-vans and 2 trucks, how much money will the fuel cost to all the cars owners total, if a mini- van's tank is 65 liters and a truck's tank is 120% bigger and they are all empty-?

A. 122.6$
B. 128.9$
C. 243.7$
D. 298.85$
E. 312.12$

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Bunuel wrote:
In a fuel station the service costs $2.05 per car, every liter of fuel costs 0.6$. Assuming that you fill up 3 mini-vans and 2 trucks, how much money will the fuel cost to all the cars owners total, if a mini- van's tank is 65 liters and a truck's tank is 120% bigger and they are all empty-?

A. 122.6$
B. 128.9$
C. 243.7$
D. 298.85$
E. 312.12$

Mini van cost= 65*0.6+2.05
truck capacity =65(1+120/100)=143lts.
cost of truck=143+0.6+2.05
Total cost =3* 41.05(car)+2*87.85(truck)=298.85

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Originally posted by rohit8865 on 29 Jun 2016, 07:00.
Last edited by rohit8865 on 29 Jun 2016, 09:47, edited 1 time in total.
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Service cost of 3 van and 2 truck = 2.05*(3+2)= 10.5

Fuel in 3 Van = 3*65=195 litre
Fuel in 2 Trucks =2 * 65(1+120/100)= 286
Total fuel(Van+Truck) = 481 Litre
Total Fuel cost = 481*0.6 = 288.6

TOTAL COST = FUEL + SERVICE = 288.6+10.25 = 298.85

ANSWER IS D

rohit8865 wrote:
Bunuel wrote:
In a fuel station the service costs $2.05 per car, every liter of fuel costs 0.6$. Assuming that you fill up 3 mini-vans and 2 trucks, how much money will the fuel cost to all the cars owners total, if a mini- van's tank is 65 liters and a truck's tank is 120% bigger and they are all empty-?

A. 122.6$
B. 128.9$
C. 243.7$
D. 298.85$
E. 312.12$

Mini van cost= 65*0.6+2.05
truck capacity =65(1+120/100)=143lts.
cost of truck=143+0.6+2.05
Total cost = 41.05(car)+87.85(truck)=128.9

Ans B

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New post 29 Jun 2016, 09:48
LogicGuru1 wrote:
Service cost of 3 van and 2 truck = 2.05*(3+2)= 10.5

Fuel in 3 Van = 3*65=195 litre
Fuel in 2 Trucks =2 * 65(1+120/100)= 286
Total fuel(Van+Truck) = 481 Litre
Total Fuel cost = 481*0.6 = 288.6

TOTAL COST = FUEL + SERVICE = 288.6+10.25 = 298.85

ANSWER IS D

rohit8865 wrote:
Bunuel wrote:
In a fuel station the service costs $2.05 per car, every liter of fuel costs 0.6$. Assuming that you fill up 3 mini-vans and 2 trucks, how much money will the fuel cost to all the cars owners total, if a mini- van's tank is 65 liters and a truck's tank is 120% bigger and they are all empty-?

A. 122.6$
B. 128.9$
C. 243.7$
D. 298.85$
E. 312.12$

Mini van cost= 65*0.6+2.05
truck capacity =65(1+120/100)=143lts.
cost of truck=143+0.6+2.05
Total cost = 41.05(car)+87.85(truck)=128.9

Ans B


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Re: In a fuel station the service costs $2.05 per car, every liter of fuel  [#permalink]

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New post 29 Jun 2016, 22:09
Minivan 2.05* 3 + 65 * 3

Truck 2.05 * 2 + 143 * 2

2.05 * 5 + 288.60 = 10.25 + 288.60 = 298.85

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D. 298.85$
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Re: In a fuel station the service costs $2.05 per car, every liter of fuel   [#permalink] 29 Jun 2016, 22:09

In a fuel station the service costs $2.05 per car, every liter of fuel

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