The MPG (mileage per gallon) for a mid-size car is normally distributed with a mean of 32 and a standard deviation of .8. What is the probability that the MPG for a selected mid-size car would be less than 33.2?
I suggest you first calculate how much gas you need. Then you can multiply by the unit cost of gas to find the total cost. (By the way, gasoline is not the only cost involved in driving a car.)
179/6.04 = 29.63 mpg
Divide 1070 / 35 = 30.57 gallons.
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Calculate the distance. Calculate your mpg. Divide mpg into distance
That depends heavily on the fuel efficiency of the car you are using and the type of driving.If you know how many Miles per Gallon (MPG) your vehicle gets, you can calculate the fuel like this:Miles / MPG = GallonsThat depends heavily on the fuel efficiency of the car you are using and the type of driving.If you know how many Miles per Gallon (MPG) your vehicle gets, you can calculate the fuel like this:Miles / MPG = Gallons
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About 3-4 mpg.
Usually highway driving is where a car gets the most mpg.
THE NORMAL IS 21 MPG
You can get an mpg calculator for your car at the local custom car shops. They will install it for you if you buy it from them. They make them very fast for any car.
if your car is around 20 MPG then; Calculate the gallos u are going to use 2400 miles / 20 MPG= 120 Gallons x $3.25 = $390
This depends entirely on how many miles per gallon (MPG) your car gets. A car that does 82 MPG, will use only 1 gallon. A car that does 41 MPG, will use 2 a gallons. A car that does 20 MPG will use 4 gallons. Divide the number of miles, by the known MPG of the vehicle.