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# How much will it cost to drive 6000 miles if your gas tank holds 25 gallons and gas costs 3.29 a gallon?

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###### 2008-03-24 17:21:50

How many miles per gallon does the car get?

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\$40.62 / 12.5 gallons = \$3.2496 a gallon = \$3.25 a gallon- roundedBut if this question is for a logic class, it can be assumed that if the tank holds 12.5 gallons, they would have filled up only 12 gallons of gas as it is not possible to drive on an empty tank.\$40.62 / 12 gallons = 3.385 = \$3.39 a gallon.

We cannot answer this because.... you forgot to include the miles per gallon figure ! A car that only has a 15-gallon fuel tank could drive just as far as the one in your example - if it did more miles to the gallon !

Very good math question. You didn't tell us how many miles per gallon your car gets. If you get 25 miles per gallon, you could go 375 miles on one tank of gas.

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65 miles to the gallons it holds 4.5 gallons in the tank.

8 pints to a gallon ... you can multiply it from here.

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That would be U.S. gallons ( In Canada they use the metric system now which is liters instead of the Imperial gallon which was 20 % larger than the U.S. gallon ) 18.5 U.S. gallons is roughly 70 liters

If your gas tank holds about 12 gallons, and is showing "empty" at after 10 gals. are gone, it would cost about \$600.00 to go 6000 miles at 30 mpg.

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Not enough information to answer. You need to take the distance and divide by the fuel economy.

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