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Homework Help: military , math

Posted by jake123 on Thursday, April 5, 2007 at 2:44am.

the emergency water storage capability your squad set up now holds 7,000 cubic feet of water. YOur commander has asked to fill it up. You estimate that a facility will hold 8,478 cubic feet. HOw many gallons are required to fill the facility?

11,055
74,470
63,415
52,360

I will be happy to critique your work or thinking on this. But do your work? Not a chance. If you are stuck, state what you are stuck on.

i agree with bobpursley do your own work even if the real anwser is obious
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