This is a measure conversion problem: We know that 4 quarts = 1 US gallon. Therefore, 32 quarts divided by 4 quarts = 8 gallons.
The idea is to divide the number of miles by the number of gallons. That gives you a certain number of "miles per gallons".
The answer to a division problem is called a quotient or divide. The answer to a division problem is called a quotient or divide.
The sum is the answer in an addition problem.
A hypothetical problem is a problem that has not yet actually happened. Usually hypothetical problems are discussed in order to prepare for the problem, should it occur.
I had this problem on another car. As I recall, the gasoline's octane was too low for the engine. Oh, how well I do remember that infuriating problem. Maybe in your case you can either up the grade of the gasoline or tune the car to accept what you are using. I am just a driver, not a mechanic. Hope you get better answer.
because it does. problem? no? ok byee:)
Yes, and decent mechanic can find the problem.
Let's see.For one person, its about 6 gallons.So, 6 * 250,000,000 = 1.5 billiontheres a problem with your answer, the 250,00,000 population includes plenty of people who don't own cars. the actual number is closer to 800 million gallons per day. i got my number through the US using an estimated 360 million gallons (44% of global gasoline use) per day.18700000000
You go to a mechanic!
An auto mechanic
bring it to a mechanic
Its a design problem. Ideally there shouldn't be.