# How many miles is 20 dollars of gas?

## How many miles is 20 dollars of gas?

So, ($20.00/2.38)x51=429 miles. It’s 445 miles highway.

**How to calculate how much gas you use per mile?**

Record the number of gallons or liters required to fill the tank once again. This is the total number of gallons or liters you used for the trip (or the time period). Record the trip ending odometer reading (this might also be the starting reading for your next trip). What is it costing you in gas per mile? Enter the price per gallon.

**How much fuel do you need to drive 500 miles?**

Fuel = Distance / Consumption mpg. For example, if the distance is 500 miles and consumption is 20 miles per gallon, then the fuel you will need for the entire distance is 500 / 20 = 25 gallons.

### How much gas should I use on a road trip?

Our gas estimator operates on a very simple premise: Determine the distance you are about to travel. Let’s say 295 km. Find out what’s your fuel economy. Let’s use 8 l/100km.

**How much fuel does an international plane use for a trip?**

Let’s call it 500 people to take into account the fact that not all seats on most flights are occupied. A 747 is transporting 500 people 1 mile using 5 gallons of fuel. That means the plane is burning 0.01 gallons per person per mile. In other words, the plane is getting 100 miles per gallon per person!

**How do you calculate cost per mile?**

Cost per mile is calculated by dividing total cost by total miles. Using the notation P = cost per mile, C = total cost, and M = total miles, show this relationship in algebraic equation form.

#### What is the average cost of gas?

The price of gas may go up or down, but it’s always a major expense for anyone who drives a car. The average American consumer spends about $3,000 per year for gas, according to the American Automobile Association. Some of the practical ways to reduce fuel cost are listed below.

**How do you calculate gas consumption?**

Formula for fuel amount. If you are using mpg (miles per gallon), then the formula for calculating the total amount of gas needed is: Fuel = Distance / Consumption mpg. For example, if the distance is 500 miles and consumption is 20 miles per gallon, then the fuel you will need for the entire distance is 500 / 20 = 25 gallons.

**What is the formula for mpg?**

A carâ€™s miles-per-gallon (MPG) can be calculated with the following formula: MPG = Miles driven / Gallons of gas used. Write a program that asks the user for the number of miles driven and the gallons of gas used.