Q: If you are driving 1200 miles and gas is 2.99 per gallon and the car gets 20 miles per gallon what would that cost?

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To solve this, simply cross set up a proportion. 1 : 20 x : 1200 when you cross multiply, you will be left with 20x = 1200 x = 60 Therefore, 60 gallons Or Speed = 20mi/gal 1200mi x 1gal/20mi = 60 gallons

1760 yd = 1 mile 1200 yd = 1200/1760 = 0.682 miles (3dp)

745.6454306844 miles

6k is 6000 meters and there are about 1600 meters in one mile. 6000 divided by 1600 would be 3.75 miles or 3 miles and 1200 meters.

1,200 miles = 1,931.2128 kilometers

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Assuming a car that gets an average of 25 miles per gallon, it would take 48 gallons of gas to drive 1200 miles.

A simple division problem should yield our answer: 1200 miles Ã· 10 miles/gallon = 120 gallons. Therefore to drive 1200 miles in a vehicle that consumes a gallon of gasoline every 10 miles would require 120 gallons of gas. (Which at approximately $3.50, would be very costly).

It would cost($3.50) x (1,200) / (miles your car covers per gallon).

1200 miles @ 19 miles to the gallon = 1200/19 = 63.2 gallons. The price does not alter the amount of gas required.

Divide the number of miles by miles per gallon = 1200 / 32 = 37.5 gallons.

22.9 mpg driving 1200 miles how much will it cost?

1200/25 = 48 gallons

You will pay $360.00. 1200 miles x (1 gal / 10 miles) x ($3.00 / 1 gal) = $360.00

roughly 1200 miles

This one's easy ... 1200 miles, divided by 22 mpg = 54.5 gallons. 54.5 gallons times $1.95 per gallon = $106.28 for your gas money.

240 1200/15 x 3

1,200 miles at 12 miles per gallon = 100 gallons.100 gallons at $3.50 per gallon = $350 .