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Excel Formula for "Litres per 100 Km"



 
 
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Default Excel Formula for "Litres per 100 Km"

In Excel, what is the formula for "Litres per 100 Km" ?
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Default Excel Formula for "Litres per 100 Km"

=num_Litres_used/kilometres_travelled*100

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