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Q: How much will it cost to drive 2000 miles if gas costs 4.00 per gallon at 15 miles per gallon?

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2000 divided by 20 x 1.80 = 180 dollars.

2000/10=200; 200 * 3.85 = input it into a calculator Dollars.

cost = units_of_fuel_used x cost_of_unit_of_fuel = (distance ÷ distance_per_unit_fuel) x cost_of_unit_of_fuel = (2000 ÷ 30) x 4.00 ≈ 266.67

$280 - 2000 miles divided by 20 (# of mpg) = 100 gallons of gas needed. 100 times 2.80 (cost of each gallon) = $280 total.

2000 miles at 27 miles per gallon = 2000/27 gallons. 2000/27 gallons at 3.50 per gallon = 2000/27 * 3.50 units of currency = 259.26 units

2000 miles @ 25mpg = 80 gallons @ 3.00 a gallon is 240.00

2000/5 x 3.00. = $1200

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

My Ford Excursion is equipped with a V10 and has 4 wheel drive and gets exactly 7 miles to the gallon in the city.

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.

According to www . fuel economy . gov ( no spaces ) For a 2000 Lincoln Navigator : ( 2 wheel drive , 11 city / 16 highway ) ( 4 wheel drive , 11 city / 15 highway ) miles per U.S. gallon

All depends on how you drive it mate, whether you absolutely flog it or drive like an old woman.

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