Q: A car travels 150 miles on 12 gallons of gasoline. How many gallons of gasoline are needed to travel 500 miles?

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there are 4.54 liters in a gallon, therefore 6.61 gallons. if the car travels 35 miles on one gallon it will travel 35 x 6.61=231.28miles

Setup the equation like this:8 gallons / 76 miles = ? gallons / 500 milesYou can then multiply both sides by 500 to get:8 * 500 / 76 = ? gallons = 52.63 gallonsIn fact, you can type the original equation into google.com, and it will do the calculation for you.

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

You need 699/30 = 23.3 gallons.

C=1.80g

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28.6 x 15 = 429 miles.

180/15 = 12 240 / 12 = 20 420 galls is needed.

there are 4.54 liters in a gallon, therefore 6.61 gallons. if the car travels 35 miles on one gallon it will travel 35 x 6.61=231.28miles

189 miles = 7 gallons 27 miles = 1 gallon 297 / 27 = 11 gallons

How many gallons the van needs to travel 550 miles? A van travels 220 miles on 10 gallons of gas.

20

It is 1 cent per mile cheaper.

To convert liters to gallons, divide by 3.785. 76.5 liters is equal to 20.2 gallons. Multiply 20.2 gallons by 38 miles per gallon to get 767.6 miles. The car can travel approximately 767.6 miles on 76.5 liters of gasoline.

Depends on the MPG of the vehicle in question which you did not list. Example: If the vehicle gets 29 mpg then it can travel 667 miles on 23 gallons.

46.875 Gallons