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Pure water has a density of 1.0g/mL, whereas the density of ethanol is 0.789 g/mL. A certain mouthwash is 22.6% ethanol by mass. Each bottle of the mouthwash contains 1.75 pints with a density of 0.876 grams/mL.

1.) Determine how many kilograms of ethanol there are 53 bottles of this mouthwash.
2.) Determine how many ounces of ethanol there are in 17 bottles of mouthwash.A glucose solution has a density of 1.17g/mL. What is the specific gravity of this solution.A car travels at 62 miles/hr, and gets 13.6km/L of gasoline.1.) How many gallons of gasoline are needed for a trip that takes 2.7 hours?
2.) How many liters of gasoline are needed for this same trip?
3.) How many mL of gasoline are being used by the car every minute during this 2.7 hour trip?

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