19 miles to the gallon means, that if you have one gallon of gas in vehicle, you can travel 19 miles before you run out of gas.if you have 2 gallons, you would be able to tavel 38 miles
At 20 miles per gallon, it would take 9 gallons to travel 180 miles.
Not very much. Between $13.00-14.00.
This is a two part problem. First, you must determine the number of miles you can travel on one gallon of gas if it takes two gallons to travel 44 miles. This can be solved by dividing the miles driven by the gallons used. In this problem that would be 44/2 or 22 miles per gallon.Next, if you can travel 22 miles on one gallon, you want to determine how many gallons would be required to travel 528 miles. This can be solved by dividing 528 by 22 or 528/22 which equals 24 gallons.
You can travel to Las Vegas at any miles per gallon. And of course the amount of fuel you use in a Mini Cooper depends on your starting point which you did not list.
1600 miles / 8 miles per gallon = 200 gallons. Multiply this by the cost of gasolene per gallon. Since the cost varies in different places and times, you will have to research this yourself for your particular situation.
That depends entirely - on how many miles to the gallonthe vehicle does !
360 ÷ 12 = 30 gallons
The total cost would be 114.33. Since this is obviously a homework question - I've left out the method for finding the answer.
At 1 mile per gallon it would be $9,500. It would be cheaper to stay home than travel at this expense from anywhere. If you get better gas mileage then the answer would be different. You'll have to say how many miles per gallon you get.
The will depend on the fuel mileage of the vehicle and of the driver. If a vehicle averages 30 miles per gallon of fuel, then multiply 128 miles times 30 ( 3,840 miles) However, if the fuel economy of the vehicle is only 15 miles per gallon, then 15 times 128 would be the distance you could travel ( 1,920 miles).
It would cost (2.4) times (the cost of one gallon petrol). Also, add cost of tolls, food, etc.
The answer depends on the efficiency of the vehicle in miles per gallon, as well as the price of gasoline. An average automobile goes 20 miles on a gallon of gas. Divide distance by efficiency (1000 miles divided by 20 miles per gallon results in 50 gallons.) If gas costs $3 per gallon, then the fuel used by this car to travel 1000 miles would cost $150 and you would need to fill up twice. If you drive a hybrid at 33 miles per gallon, the cost would be $90 (one tank of gas used). If you drive a truck or SUV at 10 miles per gallon, the cost would be $300 with four fill-ups.
It would depend on the MPG (miles per gallon) your vehicle gets and the price of gasoline in your area.
23.65 gallons (473÷20).
It would depend on the price per unit volume of diesel where you live.
If you drive 480 miles, and you get 15 miles per gallon, this equals 32. If each gallon is $3.75 per gallon, times 32, this would equal $120 in gas money.
My truck gets 14 miles per gallon so it would take 290/14=about 21 gallons. My Honda gets 28 miles per gallon so it would take 290/28=about10.5 gallons.
(758 miles) x (4 dollar/gallon) / (14 miles/gallon) = $216.57 (rounded)
If you use 100 gallons to travel 16080 miles, your MPG would be 160.8. Since you know the gallons and the distance, speed is not a factor in this particular equation.
1000 mi / 15 MPG = 66.67 Gal
Arriiving with an empty tank, usage would be 550/25 ie 22 gals. 22 x 3.75 = 82.5
(835 miles) x (1 gallon/20 miles) x (3.75 bux/gallon) = $ 156.56