Estimate 30 mpg
179/6.04 = 29.63 mpg
last month when he used 21 gallons of gas
Take the car you drive, miles you drive per year, mileage of the vehicle divided into total miles will give you gallons used.6,000 miles driven by a car getting 30 mpg means it used 200 gallons.
That depends on the car's mileage
It's the ratio of the number of miles traveled to the number of gallons of gasoline burned.
This will require at least seven gallons of gasoline.
26.8 Gallons Worked out by 670 miles divided by 25.
35.2381 Gallons of Gasoline.