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A car travels at a speed of 36 kilometres an hour. The car can run 36 miles per gallon of diesel. If it makes a journey of 4 hours, what is the quantity of diesel, in litres, that it uses? Assume that 1 mile = 1.6 kilometres and 1 gallon = 4 litres.
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