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A pipe carries water at a flow rate of 10 gpm. Determine its volumetric flow (Q=V/time) in:
A. Ft^3/s

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    ft^3/s = gal/min * min/s * ft^3/gal

    10 gal/min * 1 min/60s * 1 ft^3/7.48gal = 0.022 ft^3/s

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