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Q: How much would it cost at 3.50 a gallon to drive 1200 miles?

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A simple division problem should yield our answer: 1200 miles Ã· 10 miles/gallon = 120 gallons. Therefore to drive 1200 miles in a vehicle that consumes a gallon of gasoline every 10 miles would require 120 gallons of gas. (Which at approximately $3.50, would be very costly).

1200 miles @ 19 miles to the gallon = 1200/19 = 63.2 gallons. The price does not alter the amount of gas required.

Divide the number of miles by miles per gallon = 1200 / 32 = 37.5 gallons.

1200/25 = 48 gallons

1200 miles @ 20 miles per gallon means 1200/20 = 60 gallons. 60 gallons @ 2.99 per gallon = 179.40

66 2/3 gallons

240 1200/15 x 3

Around 54 gallons

You would divide distance by time and get that it would take 20 hours to drive 1200 miles at 60 mph.

1,200 miles at 12 miles per gallon = 100 gallons.100 gallons at $3.50 per gallon = $350 .

This one's easy ... 1200 miles, divided by 22 mpg = 54.5 gallons. 54.5 gallons times $1.95 per gallon = $106.28 for your gas money.

Idk depends but u would use 40 gallons (multiply that by gas prices in your area)

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