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The EPA rating of a car is 29 mpg. If this car is driven 1,000 miles in 1 month and the price of gasoline remained constant at $3.01 per gallon, calculate the fuel cost (in dollars) for this car for one month. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)

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- Anonymous3 weeks ago
EPIC BASIC MATH FAIL. 1000 DIVIDED BY 29 TIMES 3.01. And, for future reference, the HOMEWORK HELP FORUM is in the Education category. Fail again.

- AntonLv 63 weeks ago
In real world: $125.42 -- that EPA rating is a fantasy.

If you want your math homework done for you, kiss off.

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- Anonymous3 weeks ago
Divide 1000 by 29 to get the gallons used in a month

Figure the rest of your homework out yourself it is shitsimple

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