Math

posted by .

The Specific weight of water is 62.4 lb/ft^3.
Assuming 7.48 gal/ft^3, determine the weight of 1 gal of water?

  • Math -

    Take a look at the units you have been given:

    lb/ft^3 * ft^3/gal = lb/gal

    so,

    62.4 lb/ft^3 * 1 ft^3/7.48gal = 8.34 lb/gal

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. algebra

    given two containers, one holding 4 gal. and the other holding 3 gal. how does one measure out two gal.?
  2. Math

    I am having an issue with this problem: Subtract: 8 gal 7 qt - 3 gal 2 qt A. 6 gal 3 qt B. 6 gal 1 qt. C. 5 gal 3 qt. D. 5 gal 2 qt. I thought it totaled to 5 gals. 5 qt. You are correct, however, it can be reduced. Four quarts is …
  3. calculus

    An automobile computer gives a digital readout of fuel consumption in gallons per hous. During a trip, a passenger recorded the fuel consumption every 5 minutes for a full hour of travel. time: 0 / gal/h: 2.5 time: 5 / gal/h: 2.4 time: …
  4. MATH

    substract 8gal 7qt-3gal 2qt simple form is the answer 5gal 3 qt 4 gal 5 qt 6 gal 1 qt 5 gal 3 qt 5 gal 5.5 qt
  5. checking math answers

    1. 3 gal and 2 qt subtracted from 8 gal and 7 qt= 6 gal and 1 qt?
  6. checking answers for math

    1. 3 gal and 2 qt subtracted from 8 gal and 7 qt= 6 gal and 1 qt?
  7. math

    LPG (liquedfied petroleum gas) is stored in highly insulated spherical vessels in most oil refineries. If the inside diameter of one of these tanks is 11.4ft, find it's volume. Report your answer to the nearest one-tenth of a gal use …
  8. math

    Convert --→ 14 qt _____ gal. Choose the best answer from the options below: A 1.5 gal B 2.5 gal C 3.5 gal D 4.5 gal
  9. physics

    The recovery time of a hot water heater is the time required to heat all the water in the unit to the desired temperature. Suppose that a 62-gal (1.00 gal = 3.79 x 10-3 m3) unit starts with cold water at 11 °C and delivers hot water …
  10. Physics

    The recovery time of a hot water heater is the time required to heat all the water in the unit to the desired temperature. Suppose that a 62-gal (1.00 gal = 3.79 x 10-3 m3) unit starts with cold water at 11 °C and delivers hot water …

More Similar Questions