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A beverage is sold in 2-liter bottles. If 1 ounce equals 0.03 liters, how many bottles need to be purchased to obtain at least 140 ounces of the beverage?

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A beverage is sold in 2-liter bottles. If 1 ounce equals 0.03 liters, how many bottles need to be purchased to obtain at least 140 ounces of the beverage?

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B. 2
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One bottle contains \(\frac{2}{0.03} = \frac{200}{3} = 66 \frac{2}{3}\) ounces of beverage. To get no less than 140 ounces, we need at least 3 bottles.

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It should be 2.1 how come its 3. If it would be three then it would become 200 ounces Right BUT WE need 140 ounces atleast
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New post 18 Oct 2018, 07:24
I converted to litres first. Please tell me where i'm going wrong.

1 ounce = 0.03 L
140 ounces = x L

x=7.2 L

since each bottle can store 2L. Hence 7.2L can fill 4 bottles.
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