# How do you find unit rate?

## How do you find unit rate?

To find the unit rate, divide the numerator and denominator of the given rate by the denominator of the given rate. So in this case, divide the numerator and denominator of 70/5 by 5, to get 14/1, or 14 students per class, which is the unit rate.

### How do you find the cost per gallon?

Take the mileage of the total distance of your trip and divide it by your miles per gallon to get the number of gallons of gas you will need on your trip. Then multiply that figure by the current price of gas, and the result is the estimated cost of gas for your road trip.

#### What is the unit rate for a car that can travel 256 miles on 8 gallons of gas?

8 goes into 256 32 times, so the unit rate is 32/1. 32 miles per 1 gallon. So divide 256 by 32 and you’ll get 8.

**Which rate is equivalent to 15 miles per gallon?**

The equivalent unit rate for 15 miles per gallon is 60 miles per 4 gallons ( ) .

**What is a unit rate give an example?**

A unit rate means a rate for one of something. We write this as a ratio with a denominator of one. For example, if you ran 70 yards in 10 seconds, you ran on average 7 yards in 1 second. Both of the ratios, 70 yards in 10 seconds and 7 yards in 1 second, are rates, but the 7 yards in 1 second is a unit rate.

## What is the difference between a rate and a unit rate?

A. The difference between a rate and a unit rate is that a rate is the ratio between two different units of measure, while a unit rate is the ratio of between two different units of measure for a single thing.

### What is the unit rate of 297 words in 5.5 minutes?

Answer: The unit rate of 297 words for 5.5 minutes is, 54 words per minutes.

#### 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.

**What’s the difference between miles per gallon and miles per liter?**

When you calculate miles/gallon (mpg) or kilometers/liter (km/l) you are calculating fuel economy in terms of distance per unit volume or distance/volume. The following outline is generally applicable to both calculations. When you calculate liters per 100 kilometers (l/100km) you are calculating volume per 100 units of distance.

**How to calculate nautical miles per gallon ( mpg )?**

1 nmi/gal [US] = 0.9582212144591 MPG [US]. 1 x 0.9582212144591 MPG [US] = 0.9582212144591 Miles Per Gallon US. Always check the results; rounding errors may occur.

## How many miles can you go with 30 gallons of gas?

But you aren’t going to be able use every last drop of gas before you refill so say you use 30 gallons and refill when you have about 1/4 of a tank left. That means you can go about 300 miles before you have to refill. 30 gal x 10 mpg = 300 miles.

### Which is correct mpg or miles per gallon?

Always remember mpg means miles per gallon and “per” always means “divided by”. It always helps to sort out the units so you can find out the formula. MPG could be written as m/g. So the units would be as follows: miles / (miles/gallon) = gallons.

#### Do you need to enter number of miles to calculate gas?

For a successful calculation you need to enter at least the number of miles to travel on your trip as well as the mpg of you car or vehicle. If you also enter the gas price you expect to pay we can also give you an estimate of what the gas would cost for your trip.

**What is the formula to calculate miles per gallon?**

The formula for calculating Miles Per Gallon is simply miles driven divided by gallons used. So to calculate the miles driven you take the miles at the end of the tank and subtract the Miles at the start of the tank, and then you divide that by the total gallons of gas used.

But you aren’t going to be able use every last drop of gas before you refill so say you use 30 gallons and refill when you have about 1/4 of a tank left. That means you can go about 300 miles before you have to refill. 30 gal x 10 mpg = 300 miles.