# How many gallons if gas do you need to drive 109 miles?

Me?

109 miles/27

= 4.037 gallons

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That is an average.

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So 60 miles to the gallon, and we want to drive 1180 miles total. Divide the total number of miles by how many miles per gallon we get, that'll give us the total number of gallons needed. So 1180/60 = 19.666667 gallons. If gas costs 4.20 dollars per gallon, and we need 19.666667 gallons or approximately 20 gallons, we need 20*4.20 dollars, which is 84 dollars.

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