Q: If gas is 2.77 per gallon and your van gets 27 miles to the gallon how much would it take to go 1000 miles?

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1000 mi / 15 MPG = 66.67 Gal

$253.11. But where are u goin to find a time machine to take u back to $1.77 a gallon. :-)

The answer will depend on the cost of a gallon.

$19.44

I would say it gets about 12 miles per gallon.

86.90

This is a basic problem regarding fuel economy, or consumption. We have the givens of price at 3.50$/gallon, a fuel economy of 20 miles/gallon, and a distance of 1000 miles. Ignoring traffic, speed, and other conditions that means a consumption of 50 gallons during this distance. 50 gallons times 3.50$ equals the answer of 175$.

$152.48

it depends on how many miles your vehicle gets to the gallon

According to Edmunds, a BMW x5 gets an average of 14 miles per gallon. It gets an average of 12 miles per gallon city and 17 miles per gallon highway.

(1,100 miles) x (1 gallon/28 miles) x ($4/gallon) = $157.143 (rounded)

(10 miles) / (25 miles per gallon) = 0.4 gallon

a regular car gets about 20 to 28 miles per gallon

I have a 1987 Honda CRX HF that gets 41 miles per gallon with a lead foot. I think I got 45 miles per gallon when added up over 1000 trip recently...

$343.75

$15.66

$300.15

84.4875

It would cost $219.55.

The 1989 Honda Accord gets 21 miles per gallon in the city. It gets 27 miles per gallon on the highway. It has a combined rating of 23 miles per gallon.

811 : 17 = 54,18 gallon. For the 811 miles it will need 54,18 gallon gas.

$245. ==

$78.34

That would depend upon how many miles the vehicle gets to the gallon.

13.27

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