The distance you travel varies directly with the amount of gas you use. You can travel 300 miles on 12 gallons of gas. Question: a. You want to know how much gas it will take to for your entire road trip that is 750 miles. Write a proportion to solve this equation. b. How many gallons will it take? c. If gas is $3.75 a gallon, how much will it cost in gas to go on your road trip? d. What is the cost per mile? THESE ARE NOT ANSWER CHOICES < I HAVE TO DO WHAT EACH SAY> PLZ HELP I CANT GET THIS WRONG The points only to the person who explain with answer

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a.It will take 30 gallons of gas to complete the road trip. b.To solve this, you have to find out how many miles you get with each gallon. 300 ÷ 12 = 25. So you get 25 miles per gallon. Next, you have to divide the 750 miles by 25 miles per gallon. 750 ÷ 25 = 30. Therefore, you will need 30 gallons of gas. c.We already know we need 30 gallons. If one gallon is $3.75, divide 30 by 3.75 and the answer is $112.50. d.To find the cost per mile, we need to know the total amount of miles in the road trip. The entire trip is 750 miles. Next we take the $112.50 and divide it by 750. The answer you get is 0.15. Therefore the cost per mile is 0.15¢.

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