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It will travel 2.32 miles.

This is a ratio of fuel to miles; what is required is what miles is equal to 0.1 fuel:

Fuel : miles

0.75 : 17.4

0.1 : distance

To find the distance cross multiply (creating an equation as the product of the left diagonal equals the product of the right diagonal) and solve for distance:

0.75 × distance = 17.4 × 0.1

→ distance = 17.4 × 0.1 ÷ 0.75

→ distance = 2.32

Q: How many miles does a car travel using .1 of a gallon if it uses .75 of a gallon in 17.4 miles?

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12 miles / 3 gallons = 4 miles per gallon So for 1 gallon, the car can travel 4 miles.

16.25 miles/gallon 100 gallons x 16.25 miles = 1625 miles

At 20 miles per gallon, it would take 9 gallons to travel 180 miles.

468 miles at 12 miles to the gallon = 468/12 = 39 gallons. 12 mpg!

You need 699/30 = 23.3 gallons.

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That depends how many miles per gallon you travel.

Depends on how many miles per gallon your vehicle can travel

A car can travel 500miles using 12 gallons of fuel.how many miles does the car travel per gallon of file?

12 miles / 3 gallons = 4 miles per gallon So for 1 gallon, the car can travel 4 miles.

25 miles

That depends - on how many miles to the gallon it does - and the size of the fuel tank! These days many can travel over 300 miles without refueling.

16.25 miles/gallon 100 gallons x 16.25 miles = 1625 miles

At 20 miles per gallon, it would take 9 gallons to travel 180 miles.

46.875 Gallons

468 miles at 12 miles to the gallon = 468/12 = 39 gallons. 12 mpg!

If you get 23 mpg, that means that for every gallon of gas, you travel 23 miles. Simply divide the number of miles travelled by the number of miles you travel per gallon of gas. In this case, 10000 miles / 23 mpg = 434.8 gallons.

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