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Gas prices are based on the trading price of the oil commodity. They are commonly priced either by the gallon or by the liter and vary depending on where it is bought.
832 miles / 15 MPG = 55.5 gallons832 miles / 17 MPG = 48.9 gallons
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Answer 2004 aprx 1.75 2005 aprox 1.90 2006 aprox 3.00 2007 aprox 2.75 2008 aprox 3.55 2009 aprox 1.70 Answer heres your answer with a nice graph http://zfacts.com/p/35.html and it gives you a real time of what each state is paying for gas
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Gasoline comes from oil. Retail prices are determined by the sellers, based on their costs, and the prices paid to produce, transport, and refine oil. The factors influencing these costs are discussed below. The Rise and Fall of Prices The price of oil rose from $19 a barrel in 2002, to over $140 a…
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I have a 94 honda accord and it runs beautiful,but it will stumble upon starting. anyone know why? the plugs have been changed, the wires are good, the injectors have been cleaned. I have a new fuel pump, water pump,radiator. all the seals are fixed. I have no leaks. It has good power. It always sta…
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Answer Depends on your tastes, but I just bought a 400cc scooter. I commute to work 5 days a week and ride for pleasure, all for about a gallon of gas per week. Can't beat it. I purchased a 2006 Honda Accord Hybrid and it averages 38-40 mpg highway driving and about 35 mpg in the city. A good t…
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How Much things cost in 1950 Yearly Inflation Rate USA 1.09% Average Cost of new house: $8,450.00 Average wages per year: $3,210.00 Cost of a gallon of Gas: 18 cents Average Cost of a new car: $1,510.00 Stromburg Black and White Television: $249.95 Ball Point Pen: $0.25 Samsonite Case: $25.0…
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I believe what controls the price of oil, is the quality, and quantity. And by this I mean, you obviously see that the cheaper the oil, the cheaper the price, and vise versa. But by quantity I mean oil is an nonrenewable resource. As you should know, oil is created by the condensing of fossils over …
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$2.79 per gallon in Oregon 4 quarts.
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a dime to get you there i remember gas wars in the 50`s 1953 gas was 11 cebntsnper gal. in south fl
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Corn prices are so high because the Democrats want to invest in alternative energies, turning to corn. The corn is made into boifuels or ethonol, meaning less corn for people to eat. Thanks to the Democrats, all your prices are going to go up. Edited: corn prices are definitely up because of the use…
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Answer It's all about supply , demand, and Profit. That is not what anyone in politics is looking for. The fact is we make a ton of money on the taxes from this product. More then the oil companies do. Under the current administration we are doing everything we can to cause the price of fuel to g…
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No, because the economy is so bad.
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it costs $500 depends what province and area you are in around a dollar a litre give or take
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the per liter price is whatever the cost is at the pump. You mean the estimated km/L?I get about 100km/ 8L of fuel with Premium Gas on my 2006 3.6 CTS
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You would spend about $2,400 per year if you drive an average 15,000 miles per year at 25 mpg and the price of gas at $4 dollars a gallon.
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high stock price Berkshire Hathaway has never had a stock split and today the price is $109,000 per share but I know it has traded as high as $175,000 per share. Improved answer; Vana Blue (VBLU) reached as high as $206,249/share in September of 2000.
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there's alot of solutions we could to to help stop rising gas priceslike the war in lybia and the earthquake in japan we cannot do anything about the earthquake because it already happened ,we could also offer to give a hand by giving money that's all of mind of stuff we could do to probably help st…
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because our president
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The price of regular gas is around $2.44 in Florida as of Dec. 2014.
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No they have risen because of the increasing lack of availability of oil which is used to make gas. Each curency will have a different inflation rate. The dollar maybe see 5%, rubble maybe 10%, and so on. They all have different inflation rates.
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The average gas price in 1957 was $.24
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37 cents gallon
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The averaage price of gas was about 0.2 cents until the mafia took a time machine and told the native Americans that the cow was sacred, not the buffolo, therefore cows were numerously slaughtered and that raised the gas prices to what they are today.
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Answer 15 cents/gallon
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ON March 18th (today) 2008, My father paid $5.02 per gallon for Premium in San Francisco. He called me ans said "Son this country is in serious trouble; If you thought 2008 is bad wait until after the election when they raise taxes". Some gas prices in Germany are over $7.65
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Most unhealthy foods and drink are less expensive. Healthy things are!
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In 1959, the US national average price of a gallon of regular leaded gasoline was 31 cents. That is equal to about $2.32 per gallon in 2010 dollars.
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ever increasing.
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Please see the 'Related Links' as the prices change daily.
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The gas prices of PA were $2.79 which was almost $3.00.
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as of now I believe the average is almost $3 per gallon. in my town gas is $3.69 per gallon in some places and ONE gas station has it at $4 per gallon.
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Oil price is not directly decided by OPEC. Price of any commodity is decided by demand and supply equilibrium. Besides, in the case of oil, political factor plays a major role. Also valuation or devaluation of Dollar does affect oil price. OPEC has only one factor in its control and that is 'product…
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South Carolina is the cheapest at an average of $2.85 a gallon in 2012
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Hawaii has the highest gas prices topping four and a half dollars.
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Answer Although this is a marketing ploy today, ($3.599 just looks cheaper than $3.60 even though it is a miniscule amount), many, many years ago, when gasolone was 15 cents per gallon or so, a tenth of a penny per gallon was a meaningful difference (15.4 cents per gallon vs. 15.5 cents epr gallo…
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$2.18 US Average.
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Because of the war in the middle east. We are fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan they make the prices so much. when we are done with this war it will be less.
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In 2002, the US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was $1.36 - the equivalent of about $1.65 per gallon in 2010.
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The US average in 1947 was 23 cents per gallon. That would be about $2.42 per gallon in today's dollars (2014).
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Up until 2000, gas prices have remained relatively stable over the years, relative to the Consumer Price Index. The main exception was a three year spike in the early 1980's. Since 2000, the price of gas has outraced the CPI.
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Gas averaged 10 cents a gallon in the United States, during the 1930s.
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ya i have a 3.1 v6 dose the samething i cant figure it out
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1$ per barrel
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In the year 1970 when President Nixon was in office, gas prices were an astonishing $0.36 a gallon. Of course you could also buy a house for $26,000 and the life expectancy rate was about 70 years old. In other words, the economy was much better. I don't know if the economy was any better, we were …
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Answer some where around like 16 cents it was very cheap wish it was today. *Edit 16 cents in 1916 is the inflation adjusted equivalent to about $3.01 in 2008, in real terms. So gas prices were less affordable back then when compared to wages than today even with the $2.50-$3.00 we've seen re…
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gas.1sta.com For the same reason that items in stores are not rounded to the nearest dollar.
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In 1950, the US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was 27 cents - the equivalent of about $2.44 per gallon in 2010.
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While the price of gas in China varies widely with the market, in 2014, the price was about 1.30 dollars per liter. This is the equivalent of about five dollars per gallon.
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In 1977, the US national average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline was 66 cents - equivalent to about $2.37 per gallon in 2010.
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The cost of gas was around .99 cents I remember because a pack of Camels went to a dollar too.
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In 1991, the US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was $1.14. That is equal to about $1.82 per gallon in 2010 dollars.
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2-21-2011 $3.09 a gallon in Illinois3.50 to 3.85 in CA. I expect 4.00 a gallon within weeks.
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The average is about 70 dollars a month for one person
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Gas prices are so high in America because, the U.S is very dependent on forigen oil.
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In January, 2001, the US average for regular unleaded gas was $1.46 to $1.47 a gallon. But this had risen to by December, 2001. Similarly, the price of gasoline was low in January 2009 ($1.84) and much higher by December 2009 ($2.61).
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Oil Price Hike is the increasing of the oil price.
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We think it is 15 cents a gallonMorganI remember in the 1940's in Tucson, AZ my mother complaining when gas went up to the outrageous price of 10 cents a gallon.
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Largely depends on location but an average was $1.50-$1.75
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Petroleum is found in the form of a thick natural mixture of gaseous, liquid, and solid hydrocarbons obtained from beneath the surface of the earth.The main producing countries are Russia, the USA, Canada and the 12 members of OPEC - Algeria, Angola, Ecuador, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qata…
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What is the price of gas in CanadaHi ! The price of gasoline in Canada went up yesterday. In Montreal (March 11, 2010) it was $1,13Cdn per liter and the night before $1,02 per liter.
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Answer Ex-showroom New-Delhi Price (Rs.) 3,99,990. Price of MARUTI SWIFT LXI (BHARAT STAGE III WITH IMMOBILISER) You can make use of online cars classifieds to locate Maruti Swift diesel that is available for sale in your area (different locations, different prices). You can also take advantage…
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Prices vary and have changed quite a bit in the last 10 years. Right this moment I pay $3.89 per gallon, but look for it as high as $4.39 and as low as $3.75.I live in upstate NY so price may vary per state and region.
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This will vary based on the location. The average cost of a gallon of regular gas in 1975: $0.36.
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Lower than dollar
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The gas prices in the 1920's were only .18 cents per gallon. The price of a new Chevy half-ton pickup truck was only $650. A used Ford was listed at only $57.50.
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They typically base their pricing on what is called the rack price which changes every 6 hours.
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Gas prices versus crude prices The gas companies see that there is an increase coming in their next purchases of crude oil and they are building capital in advance to make those purchases. In the United States, gas stations can change their prices only once a day. (On interstates, it's just once …
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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a gallon of regular gas went from a low of $2.72 in January to a high of $3.13 in May. The monthly average prices for 2007 were: Jan: $2.27 Feb: $2.28 Mar: $2.59 Apr: $2.86 May: $3.13 Jun: $3.05 Jul: $2.96 Aug: $2.78 Sept: $2.79 Oct: $2.79 Nov…
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Since the prices of gas changes frequently, there is no telling to what the specific price was in 2007. It was probably cheaper than it is now because we are in a recession. My guess is maybe $2.85 per gallon.
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The average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in 2007 was $2.80.
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In the US the average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in 2006 was $2.59
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The extra "tenths" is a very old tradition that's never gone away. In 1935, a Reno Nevada newspaper wrote about "selling third grade gasoline at eight and nine-tenths cents a gallon." In those times, a penny had considerable value. To raise the price of gasoline from 8 to 9 cents would be more tha…
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Corporate Greed and we are running out.
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The average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in 2007 was $2.80
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Supply and demand! But they are falling now.
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The rise in the price of oil can be traced to a a simple factor, but there are several other contributing factors.The simplest explanation is that the demand for oil is greater than the current production. When demand exceeds supply, price will increase as people are willing to pay more to ensure th…
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the average cost of gas in Florida is 3.50 dollars
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The price of gas in 1947 was 23 cents per gallon. For perspective a brand new vehicle costs roughly $1,500.00.
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$1.09
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The price of gas now is 400.00$ per galon.
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1,000,000!
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The average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in 2002 was: $1.36
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You mean miles per gallon. Fill up your gas tank and set your odometer to 0.000. Drive your car until it needs gas again, and divide the miles you drove, by the amount of gallons you just put in. Example: You drive 300 miles, then put in 10 gallons; 300 divided by 10 is 30. You get 30 miles per gall…
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As near as I can recall and as near as I have been able to find on the net (which corroborates my memory) the average price of a gallon of gasoline in 1964 was about .27 cents a gallon. I bought gasoline for my first motorcycle a Honda 90 in 1964 in Tulsa, Oklahoma and it was 16 cents per gallon, a…
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(year:2011) America has oil but most people do not like to obtain it from here because it destroyers the land, so we buy oil from foreign countries (foreign oil). Seen there is a war going on now (in Libya) people raise the prices.
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The average cost for a gallon of regular gasoline in 1957 was: 31 cents (about $2.41 in 2010 dollars).
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Answer Because nuclear reactor numbers have increased due to an increase in nuclear power stations. Tehrefore there is a higher supply so the price drops.
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Look in the yellow pages under driveing instructer...
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Take the amount of gallons and multiply by the price of diesel in your area: get it for free at www.pricediesel.com
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Many times domain names will appear to be low in price at first. Many hosting companies will offer really low priced domain names to get you to use their hosting. The domain name is the promotional tool to bring in more sales for other services. This is not aways the case, but very common.
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Report Gas Price Gouging by Gas Stations by reporting them to the Department of Energy. Below is a link to the form to report them. Also, you may complain to them about high gas prices. . . http://gaswatch.energy.gov/ Pass this along to others to help get the government off there ass, and have the…
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.36 cent per gallon
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The average cost of a gallon of regular gasoline in 1967 was: .33 cents (about $2.15 in 2010 dollars).
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