# A bus traveled 150 miles on 10 gallons of gas. How many miles per gallon does the bus get?

15 miles per gallon

Number of miles traveled / number of gas gallons equals miles per gallon.

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To calculate the miles per gallon (MPG) the bus gets, divide the total miles traveled by the total gallons of gas used.

( \text{MPG} = \frac{\text{Total miles traveled}}{\text{Total gallons of gas used}} )

In this case, the bus traveled 150 miles on 10 gallons of gas.

( \text{MPG} = \frac{150 \text{ miles}}{10 \text{ gallons}} = 15 \text{ miles per gallon} )

So, the bus gets 15 miles per gallon.

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