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If you sold 25 gallons of propane at 3.00 a gallon how much would that be?
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How much does propane cost per gallon in Maryland?
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If 16 gallons of gasoline cost 21.60 how much would 1 gallon cost?
How much does a 40 pound propane tank weigh?
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What is the price per gallon of propane in Florida?
$3.44 gallon and national average is $2.44 Heritage Propane is ripping me off. Pinellas County From Heritage Propane we asked for an itemized bill for the year. They had replaced some propane that had leaked out, on the bill it was listed as "Residential Bulk" and came to 42 gallons for 83.58 or $1.99 per gallon (1/23/2012) which they reimbursed us for. On the same date there is another "Residential Bulk" charge for 19.6 gallons at $39.00 or $1.99 per gallon. The next time our tank was topped off (3/19/2012) we got 41.3 gallons for $190.66 or $4.61 per gallon, a difference of $2.62 per gallon. We are in the process of trying to find out why there is a discrepancy. I don't think that the price of propane has inflated that much in two months, and a mark-up of $2.62/gallon (226% of the "bulk" price) seems excessive to me. In short, according to the last bill we received from Heritage Propane (Tampa, FL) on 3/19/2012, the price per gallon is $4.61/gallon (41.3 gallons for 190.66...not including the Trans Fuel Charge of $5.00, and "Regulatory Compliance" of $9.96).
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If you need 1 gallon of oil for 250 gallons of gas how much do you need for 20 gallons of gas?
How much would it cost to drive 480 miles if you get 20 miles a gallon at 3.75 a gallon.?
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If 1 gallon treats 1000 gallons how much do you need to treat 25 gallons?
This is a ratio: whatever : treat 1 gallon : 1000 gallon ? gallon : 25 gallon First find out how much treats 1 gallon (divide both sides by 1000): 1 ÷ 1000 gallon : 1000 ÷ 1000 gallon → 0.001 gallon : 1 gallon Now find out how much treats 25 gallons (multiply both sides by 25) 25 × 0.001 gallon : 25 × 1 gallon → 0.025 gallon : 25 gallon → you need 0.025 gallons.