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My work is 26 miles from my house. That is 52 miles daily. That is 260 weekly. That is 13520 yearly. How do I figure out mpg and what would that look like.
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To figure out mpg, you'll need the amount of gallons used. So, to travel 13,520 miles, say you need x gallons of fuel. So, the average mileage you're getting is 13,520/x mpg
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I feel like they meant to say, how do they figure out how many gallons they need? In which case, they would need to find out based on their car model how many miles their car can go on a single gallon of gas, and then divide 13520 by that number to get total gallons of gas needed. Disregard if I misunderstood the question.
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I just want to make sure I'm understanding this correctly.  For the yearly fuel cost I would take the 13250 x (current gas price) and that would give the approximate yearly fuel cost.
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