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That would equal 20; therefore, you traveled **20 miles** for every 1 gallon of gas.

Thus, it will take **90 minutes** to go 60 miles.

At $2.00 a gallon and driving at the highway speeds, preferable using cruise control, and you filled the gasoline tank the full capacity of… perhaps 10 gallons to spend the $20.00, and your vehicle gets an average **22 miles per gallon**, you will theoretically travel 22 miles before the tank appears empty.

= **589.6 miles** is how far you can go if your vehicle contains 22 gallons of gas and your vehicle gets 26.8 miles per gallon.

All told, if you do the math and assume the best miles per gallon scenario, the majority of gasoline cars on American roads do not have a range of more than **400 miles**. Basically, you need a gas tank size of 13 gallons and an average mpg of 31 to hit – just barely – the 400-mile range mark.

60 miles (distance) can be driven in 0.8571428571 hours (approx.) or in **51.4285714286 minutes** (approx.) where the average speed is 70 mph (rate).

Here are some figures for different walking paces:

Miles | Relaxed Pace | Normal Pace |
---|---|---|

50 miles | 16 hrs, 40 mins | 12 hrs, 30 mins |

60 miles | 20 hrs |
15 hrs |

70 miles | 23 hrs, 20 mins | 17 hrs, 30 mins |

80 miles | 26 hrs, 40 mins | 20 hrs |

Normal roads 60 Miles at the normal 60 MPH limit takes **about 1 1/2 hours**.

1 Expert Answer

Since gas is $2.50/gallon and you buy $10 worth, that says you’ll get **4 gallons** of gas ($2.50 * 4 = $10). Now figure out how many gallons you have left in your car. If you car holds 13 gallons, 1/4 of that is 3.25 gallons.

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.

Generally, an idling car uses somewhere between **1/5 to 1/7 gallon of fuel per hour**. Compact cars that carry a 2-liter capacity engine burn around 0.16 – 0.3 gallons of gas on a per hourly basis. A large sedan, on the other hand, with a 4.6-liter engine, burns approximately 0.5 – 0.7 gallons of gas while idling.

Once you know the distance travelled on 1 gallon of fuel, you can work out the distance travelled for any number of gallons. On 6 gallons the car can travel **6×2623 miles**.

Take the number of miles that elapsed between tank fills, and divide that by the number of gallons it took to refill your tank. The number you get is how many miles per gallon you are yielding. To simplify, the formula is: **miles driven ÷ gallons used = mpg**.

Most of may past and present vehicles could/can go **30 to 50 miles past 0**. You can get a good guess by driving to 0 miles and seeing how much less than a full tank you put in. This is often 1/2 to 1 full gallon. If you really want to find out.

The line lowest **to** the bottom would mean you have 1/4 of a tank of gas and you should probably fill up soon, below 1/4 would be close to 1/8 of a tank which means get gas now. … If your car gets 30 miles to the gallon, this means you can drive about 300 miles on a half tank of gas.

Turns out, the answer varies greatly with every car. As a general rule, most cars have about 2.5 gallons left in the tank when the gas light comes on. So depending on how many miles you get per gallon, you can probably go anywhere **between 30-60 miles**.
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1/4 will be about 4-5 with the reserve. You should be able to cover about **120 — 150 miles** on that. Don’t push your luck. Always keep your tank at least half full.

At 68Mph it will take **1 hour**. 68Mph means 68 miles in 1 hour.

1 + 0.5 = 1.5 or **1 and a half hours**. 40mph for 1 hour will get you 40 miles. 40mph for half an hour will get you half as far which is 20 miles. That adds up to 60 miles.

The answer is 5 minutes. D = (55 miles/hr) * (24/60 hr) = **22 miles**.

6 miles. Walking 6 miles a day, most people will burn **420 to 720 calories**. Walking 6 miles a day, 5 days a week will total up to 2,100 to 3,600 calories. That’s ⅔ to 1 pound of fat lose a week.

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If a walker is well-trained and is taking breaks and a meal stop, then **20 miles a day is reasonable**. If you take no breaks and are going fast, you may be able to cover 30 miles if you have steadily built your mileage over the course of three to six months.

You can travel 60 miles in 1 hour or 60 minutes. Now, you can travel 65miles in 65 *1 = 65 minutes = **1 hr 5 minutes** or 1.08 hr.

Answer: The total time taken to cover 40 miles at 60 mph in **40 minutes**.

2 Answers By Expert Tutors

Your trip is 60 miles, if you traveled at 90 mph, r*t=d so 90t = 60, t = 2/3 of an hour or **40 minutes**.

Usually $40 gets me about **9 gallons** of gas, but lately I’ve been having to run pretty close to empty due to an extra bill I’ve been paying off the past 3 months. So usually from about an 1/8 of a tank I end up with just shy of a 1/2 a tank with $40.

For instance, if you plan to drive 500 miles in a car that gets 25 MPG, you’ll need about **20 gallons** of gasoline. To find out your total fuel cost, visit the American Automobile Association’s (AAA) Daily Fuel Gauge Report to determine the average gas prices in the area you’ll be driving.

You have $16.80 / **4 gallons**. That’s $4.20 per gallon, or we can write 4.20 dollars/gallon.

- determine the number of miles you will travel (google maps provides a good ballpark figure)
- divide the number of miles by your car’s mpg (the number of miles you travel per gallon of gas)
- multiply that answer by the current cost of gas per gallon.

Our road trip across America cost **us $2,382**, or an average of $149/day between both of us for a 16-day road trip across the US.

The cost would remain **15 cents per minute**. Expanded answer: At . 15/minute x 30 minutes being the length of the drive.

First things first, **car idling isn’t necessarily harmful to your vehicle**, but it does have effects. … You can waste almost a gallon of gas if you leave your car idling for more than an hour. Burns up oil. Longer time leaving your engine running causes more motor oil to be circulated and burned up.

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