What capacity do you need to take a vessel to fit 35 kg gasoline?

Initial data: m (mass of gasoline) = 35 kg.

Reference data: ρb (gasoline density) = 710 kg / m3.

The required capacity of the vessel can be determined by the formula: V = m / ρb.

Calculation: V = 35/710 ≈ 0.0493 m3 (49.3 dm3; 49.3 l).

Answer: It is necessary to take a vessel with a capacity of 49.3 liters.

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