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-- The measuring takes place inside the pump. It's calculated from the turns of the

pump motor, so anything in the line has already been measured before you begin.

-- There should be no air in the line. When the previous customer finishes his delivery,

the hose is still full of fuel when the valve at the end of the nozzle closes. That bit

in the hose has already been counted previously, so if you want to be technical, you

get it for free. But you can't actually get it unless you run more gas through the pump

to push it out with, and then when you're finished, your cost includes that same amount

of liquid that stays in the hose for the next customer.

So I'd say that you get the amount of gasoline molecules you pay for, but they're not all

exactly the same molecules that got tallied up to determine the cost to you.

Q: How much air are you paying for when fueling up a car for instance if you bought 1 gallon of gas would it be a solid gallon of fuel or is the air in the line going on the cost as well?

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Price of a gallon is $2.009. the third digit after the decimal is for 9/10 of a gallon. You are not paying for a gallon of gas. You are paying for 9/10 a gallon of gas. Sometimes you will see 9/10 after the cost of gas.

I just paid $3.99 per gallon and the driver told me I was lucky I was on a contract. He said, others in my area are paying $5.99 per gallon.

Depends on what you are paying per gallon for fuel. 6,000 divided by 42 equals 142.85. So you know you will use at least 143 gallons of fuel. Assuming you will pay on average $3.60 for fuel it will cost you, 143 x $3.60 = $514.80.

125 miles a day divided by 16 miles per gallon = 7.8125 Gallons used per day = 7.8125 X 3$ = 23.4375$ per day to collect 1500lbs of food. If the speed of the truck was specified i could of told you how many hours it took to collect 1500lbs of food and how much the driver made in one day.

Absolutely. It won't be hurt as badly as not paying, but your credit report usually shows a status that reads "pays as agreed." If you're paying less than the minimum amount due each month, you're not paying as agreed and your credit can get dinged.

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If you pay 20 for 1 gallon, then you are paying 20 for one gallon. Similarly if you are paying 49.40 for 1 gallon, then you are paying 49.40 for one gallon. --------------------------------------------------- If, however, you meant how much you are paying for 1 gallon WHEN IT HAS BEEN DILUTED, then: When diluting 32:1, you will add 32 gallons of water to make 33 gallons in total. You will then be paying: (40 + cost of 32 gallons of water) ÷ 33 ≈ 1.21 + the cost of 32/33 gallon of water. When diluting 50 to 1 you will add 50 gallons of water to make 51 gallons in total. You will then be paying: (49.40 + cost of 50 gallons of water) ÷ 51 ≈ 0.96 + the cost of 50/51 gallon of water.

Price of a gallon is $2.009. the third digit after the decimal is for 9/10 of a gallon. You are not paying for a gallon of gas. You are paying for 9/10 a gallon of gas. Sometimes you will see 9/10 after the cost of gas.

A U.S. gallon is 3.78 litres. Obviously then, when we are paying $1.00 per litre, the we are really paying $3.78/U.S. gallon. The Americans were panicing when they were paying these type of numbers. Why are Canadians paying so much??? Free Trade??? We have all the oil and gas for crying down the sink!!

Some resources say 11 ct, some 32 ct. Since the gallon cost 35 ct in 1969, I'd rather say 32 ct is more accurate. I was 18 years old and driving a 1965 Ford Mustang and living in Ventura. I was paying between 17.9 and 18.9... In 1968 I bought a 68 GTO and was paying 19.9 and could fill could fill up for about 3 dollars In my area of W-Ky a gallon of gasoline in 1966 cost .25 cents per gallon on average. Adjusted for inflation that is equal to $1.81 in 2013.

If you have not bought nothing, that means you have bought something, so you would have to pay. You could of course be talking about paying a deposit.

it was about .20 today that would be like you paying $4.37/ gallon

Yes, "bought" is a past tense action verb. It denotes the action of purchasing or acquiring something by paying for it.

You pull up to a gas station, get out if you are paying at the pump insert your card, if you are paying with cash go in and pay the teller. After paying for your gas go out to you veichel select the grade that you want to put in your veichle open the gas door loosen the cap insert the nozzel and pull up on the lever and begin fueling.

Ibrahim driving a car he bought

For not paying for items and for not sending items that people have bought

Pay cash. After paying, THEN you may carry away whatever you bought.

Minecraft is bought through paying for a premium account on the Minecraft website.