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You need 699/30 = 23.3 gallons.

Q: How many gallons of gas are needed to travel 699 miles if you get 30 miles to the gallon?

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

468 miles at 12 miles to the gallon = 468/12 = 39 gallons. 12 mpg!

12 miles / 3 gallons = 4 miles per gallon So for 1 gallon, the car can travel 4 miles.

16.25 miles/gallon 100 gallons x 16.25 miles = 1625 miles

360 ÷ 12 = 30 gallons

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46.875 Gallons

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

1158/20 = 57.9 gallons

468 miles at 12 miles to the gallon = 468/12 = 39 gallons. 12 mpg!

1800/10 = 180

If you can travel 25 miles on one gallon. Then 1100 / 25 = 44 gallons of gas are needed to travel 1100 miles.

16.91 gallons of fuel are needed. Multiply by the cost per gallon for the financial cost of the journey

12 miles / 3 gallons = 4 miles per gallon So for 1 gallon, the car can travel 4 miles.

Jace's car used 14 gallons to travel 378 miles. How far can he travel on 13 gallons?

480 miles @ 20 miles per gallon = 24 gallons needed 24 gallons @ $3.75 per gallon = $90

120miles/10mpg = 12 gallons needed 12 gallons * 4 dollars per gallon = 48 dollars Maths is great, eh?

16.25 miles/gallon 100 gallons x 16.25 miles = 1625 miles