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Physics, 26.06.2020 20:01, solomander4

A gasoline tanker truck carrying 19,500kg of diesel is delivering fuel to a gas station.
- The unloading pump delivers the fuel to the gas storage
tanks at a rate of 300L/min
How long does it take for the truck to complete its fuel
delivery?

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