Wednesday
July 23, 2014

Homework Help: math

Posted by mark on Saturday, February 2, 2008 at 2:46pm.

Damien sets up a bucket to catch raindrops. The bucket can hold only 1 gallon. If each raindrop is made up of about 1/90 fluid ounceof water, how many raindrops will the bucket be able to hold?

I need help with this question. I know that 1 gallon=128 fluid ounces. I need a formula to answer.

Answer this Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

Math - Damien sets up a bucket to catch rain drops the bucket can hold 1 gallon...
math - how do you measure and get 4 gallons of water only having an unmarked 5 ...
Math - I would like to challenge you tutors....... RIDDLE: YOU HAVE TWO BUCKETS...
math - You have a five gallon bucket and a three gallon bucket. How do you get ...
math - Mr. Landy has a red bucket, a yellow bucket and a green bucket. The red ...
science - Imagine that you fill a bucket to the top with water and then place ...
Math palette of problems - If 2/9 gallon of water fills a bucket 3/5 full, how ...
math - If 2/9 gallon of water fills a bucket 3/5 full, how many gallons of water...
physics - You hold a bucket attached to a rope, and in the bucket is a 500.0 g ...
physics - You hold a bucket attached to a rope, and in the bucket is a 500.0 g ...

Search
Members