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
given two containers, one holding 4 gal. and the other holding 3 gal. how does one measure out two gal.? Fill the 3 gal, pour it in the 4 gal. Fill the 3 gal, then pout it int the 4 gal until filled. How much is left in the 3 gal?
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
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
1. Solve the proportion: z z+9 ---- = ---- 3 12 A. 4 b. 3 c. 2 d. 1 my answer is c ? 2. Solve the proportion: 16 = 8 --- --- 4d+2 3 A. 1^ 11 --- 12 b. 1^ 1 -- 3 c. 1 d. 2 My answer is D ? 3. A solution contains 2.2 liters of
Omar owns a car and a moped. He can afford 12 gal of gasoline to be split between the car and the moped. Omar's car gets 20 mpg and, with the fuel currently in the tank, can hold at most an additional 10 gal of gas. His moped gets
LPG is stored in highly insulated spherical vessels in most oil refineries. If the inside diameter of one of these tanks is 11.4 ft, find it's volume. Report your answer to the nearest one-tenth of a gal. Use pie-3014, and 1cubic