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It will cost $526 in fuel costs.

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2000 miles @ 25mpg = 80 gallons @ 3.00 a gallon is 240.00



Do a proportion 12miles/0.3 gallons = (x)gallons/1gallon .3x=12 12/.3 =40


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


460/24 = 191/6 gallons The cost is (191/6) times (the cost of one gallon).


900 miles / 50 miles/gallon = 18 gallons


If you drive 480 miles, and you get 15 miles per gallon, this equals 32. If each gallon is $3.75 per gallon, times 32, this would equal $120 in gas money.





(835 miles) x (1 gallon/20 miles) x (3.75 bux/gallon) = $ 156.56



(2,700 miles) x (1 gallon/12 miles) x (2.70 $/gallon) = $607.50



(531 miles) x (1 gallon/18 miles) x (3.45 dollar/gallon) = $101.78 for gasalone


(1,100 miles) x (1 gallon/28 miles) x ($4/gallon) = $157.143 (rounded)


(2,400 miles) x (1 gallon / 15 miles) x (3.75 $/gallon) = $600.00


480 miles @ 20 miles per gallon = 24 gallons needed 24 gallons @ $3.75 per gallon = $90


At $2.75 per gallon, this trip will cost $147.32


That depends on the price of fuel per gallon.


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.


how much will it cost to drive 1800 miles based on 24 miles per gal at $2.20 per gallon




The amount of miles you can drive on a gallon of gas depends on the vehicle you are driving and how efficient it is. There is no direct relationship between gallons and miles.



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