Fuel Economy and Mileage
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# Gas cost 3.75 per gallon my car gets 32 miles per gallon how much will it cost to drive 1500 miles?

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###### 2014-07-06 19:52:03

If gas costs \$3.75 per gallon, your car gets 32 miles per gallon, and you drive 1500 miles, it will cost \$175.78. However, your miles per gallon is likely based on highway miles at a specific speed, and it is likely you will not always be at this speed so it may cost more.

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1500 miles @ 25 miles per gallon = 1500/25 = 60 gallons 60 gallons @ 3.50 per gallon = 60*3.50 = 210

Assuming that 25 miles per mile is meant to be 25 miles per gallon(!), 1500 miles @ 25 miles per gallon = 1500/25 = 60 gallons. 60 gallons @ 4.00 per gallon = 60*4 = 240 units of currency.

1500 divided by 17.6 = 85.2 Therefore it will require 85.2 gallons of fuel. 85.2 x \$3.07 = \$261.56

Okay so we can drive 30 miles on one gallon. So divide 1500 by 30 to get the total number of gallons we will need. 1500/30 = 50. So we need 50 gallons, and if gas is 5 dollars a gallon, 50 * 5 = 250 dollars

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First of all find out haw many gallons you will use. every 12 miles you will use one gallon (12 mpg) and you are going 1500 miles so divide 12 into 1500 1500/12 = 125 This is the number of gallons you will use on the journey. Next multiply the number of gallons you will use (125) by the price for a gallon (4.00 dollars) 125*4.00 = \$ 500.00 So it will cost 500 dollars.

If you get 20 miles per gallon and a gallon of gas costs you \$2.75, the cost of gas for the trip will be about \$201.44

That depends a great deal on your gas mileage. If you get 30 mpg, it'll cost 185.00. If you get 20 mpg, it'll cost 277.50.

It will cost you 600/28 = 21.4286 gallons. You have to decide the cost per gallon.

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miles &Atilde;&middot; (miles/gallon) * (\$/gallon) = miles * (gallons/mile) * (\$/gallon) = (miles * gallons * \$) / (miles * gallons) = \$ So divide 560 mi by the vehicle's fuel economy, then multiply the quotient by the fuel cost.

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