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Q: How many gallons of gas would be needed to drive 31 miles if a car gets 28 miles per gallon?

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10 MILES per gallon, and we want to drive 2000 miles, so let's divide the total number of miles by our mpg, and that will tell us how many gallons we need. 2000 /10 = 200 gallons. At 4.50 dollars per gallon, and we need 200 gallons, 200*4.50 = 900 dollars needed.

900 miles @ 20 miles to per gallon = 900/20 = 45 gallons. 45 gallons @ 4.00 per gallon = 45*4.00 = 180.00

800 miles @ 25 miles/gallon = 800/25 = 32 gallons.32 gallons @ 4 dollars/gallon = 32*4 = 128 dollars.800 miles @ 25 miles/gallon = 800/25 = 32 gallons.32 gallons @ 4 dollars/gallon = 32*4 = 128 dollars.800 miles @ 25 miles/gallon = 800/25 = 32 gallons.32 gallons @ 4 dollars/gallon = 32*4 = 128 dollars.800 miles @ 25 miles/gallon = 800/25 = 32 gallons.32 gallons @ 4 dollars/gallon = 32*4 = 128 dollars.

(the original of this question uses a 216 mile trip, which takes 9 gallons) For a trip of 1176 miles, divide the miles by the miles per gallon to find the number of gallons needed. 1176 / 24 = 49 gallons

1000 miles @ 25 mpg = 1000/25 = 40 gallons. 40 gallons @ 3.00 gallon = 40*3.00 = 120.00

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If you get 25 miles per gallon you will use 72 gallons.

480 miles @ 20 miles per gallon = 24 gallons needed 24 gallons @ $3.75 per gallon = $90

(283)/(the number of miles per gallon that your car gets)

To get the number of gallons, simply divide the distance by the miles per gallon. 2000 miles / 16 mpg = 125 gallons

1057/31 = 34.1 gallons.

Depends on how far you want to drive!

350 / 18.5 = 19 (18.9189) gallons are needed.

25/7 = 3.571 gallons (rounded)

893/19=47 47 gallons.

46.875 Gallons

who much money would I need to drive 750 mile on a 25 mile to the gallon and gas prices are 1.98 a gallon

miles Ã· (miles/gallon) * ($/gallon) = miles * (gallons/mile) * ($/gallon) = (miles * gallons * $) / (miles * gallons) = $ So divide 560 mi by the vehicle's fuel economy, then multiply the quotient by the fuel cost.

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