Q: If your car gets 33 miles per gallon of gasoline and you are driving at 44 milers per hour how much gas will you use per hour?

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61 miles per 7 gallons = 61/7 miles per gallon = 8.71429 miles per gallon.

425/10.8 = 39.35 miles per gallon (rounded)

113 gallons

$19.44

A minivan travels 330 miles on a 15 gallon tank of gas. If gas costs $3.20 per gallon, what is the cost of driving the minivan in miles per dollar?

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61 miles per 7 gallons = 61/7 miles per gallon = 8.71429 miles per gallon.

Depends on the miles per gallon the vehicle you're driving gets. Divide the miles per gallon the vehicle you're driving gets into 650 and the result will be the number of gallons you need for the trip. Multiply that times $4 and you will have your answer.

425/10.8 = 39.35 miles per gallon (rounded)

A 1,600 mile trip at that rate would cost about $192.00in gasoline.

448 miles is the answerheres the computation:$24 - cost for the trip$1.50 per gallon of Gas28 miles per gallon$24/$1.50= 16 gallons16 gallons X 28 miles per gallon = 448 miles

Divide the number of miles travelled by the number of gallons of gasoline used.

MPG stand for Miles Per Gallon, it tells you the average of how many miles you can go with a gallon of gasoline

8 miles per gallon of gasoline.

Hydrogen cars typically have a fuel efficiency equivalent to around 60-70 miles per gallon of gasoline. However, this can vary depending on the specific fuel cell technology and driving conditions.

30 miles per gallon equates to about 7.925 miles per liter of gasoline.

14 to 15 miles per gallon city driving---3.78 litres per gallon, 20-21 miles per gallon highway. 14 to 15 miles per gallon city driving---3.78 litres per gallon, 20-21 miles per gallon highway.

It is 30 miles per gallon.