Q: How many gallons of gas will you need to go 800 miles?

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800 miles @ 25 miles/gallon = 800/25 = 32 gallons.32 gallons @ 4 dollars/gallon = 32*4 = 128 dollars.800 miles @ 25 miles/gallon = 800/25 = 32 gallons.32 gallons @ 4 dollars/gallon = 32*4 = 128 dollars.800 miles @ 25 miles/gallon = 800/25 = 32 gallons.32 gallons @ 4 dollars/gallon = 32*4 = 128 dollars.800 miles @ 25 miles/gallon = 800/25 = 32 gallons.32 gallons @ 4 dollars/gallon = 32*4 = 128 dollars.

300 to 800 gallons

800 miles / 16 miles per gallon = 50 gallons x $4 per gallon = $200.

Assuming your pool is round about 800 gallons.

800 yards is 0.45 miles.

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800 miles @ 25 miles/gallon = 800/25 = 32 gallons.32 gallons @ 4 dollars/gallon = 32*4 = 128 dollars.800 miles @ 25 miles/gallon = 800/25 = 32 gallons.32 gallons @ 4 dollars/gallon = 32*4 = 128 dollars.800 miles @ 25 miles/gallon = 800/25 = 32 gallons.32 gallons @ 4 dollars/gallon = 32*4 = 128 dollars.800 miles @ 25 miles/gallon = 800/25 = 32 gallons.32 gallons @ 4 dollars/gallon = 32*4 = 128 dollars.

800 cups is 50 gallons

8 gallons

800 mL is about 0.211 US gallons.

There are approximately 3028 liters in 800 gallons.

It's 800 miles. If you get 20 mpg, you'll need 40 gallons. If you get 40 mpg, you'll need 20 gallons.

800 liters is 211.3 US gallons.

About 0.211 US gallons in 800 mL.

About 0.211 US gallons in 800 mL.

800 gallons

Well this depends on.. * What your cars MPG is.. * then see how many gallons your car can hold * multiply your MPG times the number of gallons you can hold * then divide the total miles you are traveling with your multipied number and you have your answer. For example Ex: 20 mpg -> car holds 20 gallons-> 20 X 20= 400 miels car can travel on full tank. Total miles traveling= 800 800/400= 2 full tanks

That is 6.25 US gallons