The weight of sea water really depends on a number of variables, including the temperature, the amount of salt (salinity) and whatever other foreign items may be present, and the depth, thus the pressure. But to get to the basic answer, seawater, at the surface, on average weighs 1027 kg/m3, or just…
By definition, an imperial gallon of water weighs 10 pounds. 1
cubic foot is 6.22883 imp gal, so 62.2883 pounds. 16 ounces in a
pound, so we get 62.2883x16 = 996.6128 or about 997 ounces.
Using a different sequence of conversions gives 999 ounces. The
answers vary because the density of water varie…
For a round above ground pool, the calculation is:Diameter x Diameter x Depth X 5.9 = Number of GallonsPlease note that the depth is the ACTUAL water depth NOT the height of the pool wall (the water is usually around 6 inchs lower than the wall height).For your example:For a 24-foot round pool with …
The calculation for an oval pool is:Length x Width x Water Depth x 5.9 = Total GallonsPlease note that the water depth is the ACTUAL water depth, not the wall height (the water is typically 6" lower than the wall).For your example, let's assume an actual water depth of 3.5 ft:30 x 15 x 3.5 x 5.9 = 9…
The calculation for a ROUND pool is:Diameter x Diameter x Depth X 5.9 = Number of GallonsFor example:For example, the volume of a 15-foot round pool with an actual water depth of 3 ft is: 15x15x3x5.9 = 3,982 gallons.Please note that the DEPTH is the ACTUAL water depth NOT the height of the pool wall…
Olympic Pools are 50m x 25m x 2m therefore contain 2500m^3 water. 1 tonne = 1000kg, 1litre water = 1 kg, 1m^3 = 1000litres therefore 2500m^3 water = 2500000kg = 2500tonnes
Inches to Litres
This was done to bring USA into line with the rest of the world
who have always measured engine size by the metric system. This
will make life easier for USA exporters and importers. When you get
used to it you will find it cuts out all the hassle trying to work
out the engine size…
It should have the standard Chevrolet 32 gallon tank. find out by running it as close to empty as you dare,then go fill it up and do the math from there.
Chevy Trucks and SUVs You could look in the owner's manual. Mine has a 35 gallon tank. It depends on the length of the bed. Owner's Manual shoul…
One liter equals 61.0237 cubic inches. So, multiply amounts in
liters by that number to convert to cubic inches.
1 liter = 61.0237441 cubic inches is the full conversion number
1. STUDENT RESPONSEIgE molecules are immunoglobulin class E molecules of complex biochemistry. The basic involvement of IgE molecules is in response to allergic reactions such as perrenial rhinitis and hayfever they are released from cells and aid in the immune response of the body. They bind to sur…
Weight of a Gallon of Salt Water See the web links below this answer for an automatic calculator that will give you the density of water at whatever temperature and salinity you want. Once you know the density, it is easy to figure out how much a gallon weighs ( 1 m3 = 264.17 gallons, and 1 kg = 2.2…
Weight of Water Compared to Weight of GasolineAt a temperature of 20 oC or 68 oF, a (U.S.) gallon of pure water weighs about 8.34 pounds, whereas a gallon of vehicular gasoline weighs about 6.15 pounds at that temperature.
Diesel weighs about 7.1 pounds per gallon.Though the question is app…
It depends on whether any water leaves the bucket when the fish goes in. If the water is in a bucket and the fish is added to it, the contents of the bucket would then be 8.34 lbs + 2 lbs = 10.34 lbs. But the water would weigh the same: 8.34 pounds. No water would have been gained or lost because o…
That question should probably be phrased differently. Gallons are a measure of volume. So are cubic inches and cubic feet. There are 231 cubic inches in one 1 gallon of fluid, and if that fluid is water, then it weighs 8.32 pounds. There is no such thing as a cubic gallon.Cubic is a term that implie…
Equivalent in what way? Gasoline and water are two entirely different chemical compounds. They have dissimilar physical and chemical properties because, well, they are different. Perhaps you are referring specifically to the weight of a gallon of each. If so, then the weight of a gall…
Volume of cylinder
A cylinder has a round base and a given height. The area of the base must be found first, and then it can be multiplied by the height to give the volume of the cylinder.
The area of the base is given by taking the radius (r) of the circular base and squaring it and then multiplyin…
In weight of water calculations there's 62.3 pounds for every cubic foot. My best advice would be to use those calculations in determining what size to buy.
35 pounds per cubic foot of freezer space.
There are four ounces in half a cup.
One US fluid ounce is about 29.573 ml
One imperial ounce is 28.4131 ml.
Weight of 1 US Gallon of water = approx. 8.35 lb (about 3.785 kg) Weight of 1 Imperial gallon (i.e. UK measure) of water weighs 10 pounds (4.536 kg) by definition, at a specified temperature and pressure.
1 gallon of regular water weighs about 8 1/3 pounds (8.345 pounds) This is about 3.785 kilograms. 1 US gallon= 3.785 l Density of water= 1 kg/l density= mass/volume 1 kg/l = m/ 3.785 l m = 3.785 kg Weight= mg= 3.785 kg*9.81 m/s2=37.1 kg*m/s2=37.1 N = 8.34 pounds *For the UK or Imperial gallo…
Gallons per cubic foot1 cubic foot = 7.4805 US gallons 1 cubic foot -=6.2288 Imperial gallons One cubic foot is equal to 7.4805 US Gallons, -6.2288 Imperial Gallons Also, 1 cubic foot = 1728 cubic inches 1 US gallon = 231 cubic inches (by definition) 1 cubic foot = 1728/231 gallons = 576/77 gall…
The answer to this question depends on the form of the aluminum. If the aluminum is a complete solid that has an actual volume of 10 liters of pure aluminum, the following answer will suffice with an addendum. If the aluminum is in bead form or in any granulated form, however, an estimate of parti…
Volume There are different formulas for measuring volumes of different vessels or containers. For a cuboid the formula is length × width × height. This can be generalized for all volumes by multiplying the surface area of the base with the thickness or height, assuming the height of the object is …
4 grams of sugar=1 teaspoon
From what i remember, i believe it was rated at 23 mi/gallon (city). I have a 98 with the same rating but i measured it to be 27 mi/gallon (city)I HAVE A '95 S. DEPENDING ON DRIVING STYLE, COLD-WEATHER WARM-UP,ACCELERATING TECHNIQUES, INTERSTATE/CITY DRIVING, ENGINE CONDITION AND TUNING, INDIVIDUA…
There are 55 gallons in a drum and 42 gallons (1 U.S. gallon = 3.78541178 liters) in a barrel (i.e., 1 barrel = 158.9872948 liters). Originally there were 40 gallons to a barrel. However, that was changed in the mid-19th century to give a little extra so consumers wouldn't feel "cheated." A little…
Gallons per cubic footOne cubic foot contains 7.48 U.S.gallons of water. One U.S. gallon of water weighs 8.34 pounds, so one cubic foot of water weighs 62.38 lbs.Since one gallon equals 128 fluid ounces, a cubic foot of water contains 7.48 x 128 fluid ounces, or 957.44 ounces.
There are 128 fluid ounces in 1 US gallon.
There are 160 fluid ounces in 1 UK gallon.
Jeep Wrangler takes 6 qts.Jeep Cherokee takes 6 qts.The oil pans are fairly large on these vehicles. Additionally for those who need the proper viscosity information, it is as follows (directly from the maintenance manual):Above 30 degrees F ..... SAE 20W-40 or 20W-50Above 0 degrees F: SAE 10W-30 or…
Here's the answer, with the painfully detailed solution below:8243 gallons (Approximately).Note that the pool probably won't be filled right to the top of the 52in walls, so that total will be slightly less than 8243 gallons.SolutionTo figure out the volume of a round pool, we have to figure out the…
One fluid ounce of water weighs 1.043 dry ounces or 0.0652 pounds, and is 29.574 grams. This is ONLY true of WATER. A fluid ounce of another substance WILL NOT WEIGH THE SAME AMOUNT! A fluid ounce is measure of volume, and a dry ounce is a measure of weight.Additionally, a gram or kilogram is a meas…
Weight of cubic meter of water
A cubic meter of pure water at four degrees Celsius has a mass of
1,000 kilograms, or one tonne (a metric ton). The temperature of
the water is significant because the density of water varies with
temperature. It is at its densest at four degrees Celsius.
0.012 on both int. and exh.
When hot! This value is not valid on a cold engine.
It depends on the density, and what the liquid is.
One liter of water at 4°C will weigh 1000 grams; this is the temperature at which water is densest. If the liquid is alcohol, which is less dense than water, there will be fewer grams in a liter.A litre is a measure of volume, grams are a measure o…
Dirt from a Hole
This is a trick question, a riddle.
There is NO dirt in the hole because you made the hole by taking all the dirt out.
For the record, the amount of dirt that was taken out of the ground to make the hole is 6 x 6 x 4 = 144 ft3.
A litre is a unit of volume and a kilogram is a unit of mass
(weight). You can not directly equate different units
The Units are not compatible, It depends upon the substance. The
weight of a liter of a substance varies with the substance and, to
a small extent, its temperature. A…
Kilograms in Two LitersHere are opinions and answers from WikiAnswers Contributors:This is a trick question. The kilogram is a unit of mass or weight, while the liter is a unit of liquid volume. In Canada we've used the Metric System since 1977. To compare your question to one using units in the the…
One cubic foot contains about 7.48052 US gallons or 6.229 Imperial gallons.
The suffixes are as follows:
E = Economy (no tachometer, spoke wheels)
T = Tachometer (has a Tach, spoke wheels)
A = Automatic Transmission (spoke wheels)
C = Custom (deluxe version of the model, mag wheels and Tach, Gold Wing on tank, two tone paint)
Much smaller than that. A grain of rice would have a volume of just a few cubic millimetres.
Answer:a completely empty tank, you can get 16 gallons in there.My 1997 Olds Bravada has a 19 gallon tank
We measure mass directly; there is a "massometer." But we do have
scales, which measure weight, which is directly proportional to
mass. (Hyper-technically speaking, mass is a property of matter
equal to its resistance to a change in speed or direction of
travel.) The mass of an object is the…
the denisty of water is 1000 kilograms per cubic meter. since there are 0.3048 meters in every foot, and roughly .454 kilograms in every pound the conversion works out to 62.42796 pounds of water per every cubic foot so for 1 cubic foot of water there is 62.43 pounds.
There are 8 oz. in one cup.
taking the normal density of water as 1g/cc, the amount of water in 1 cubic inch would be 16.387064 grams.
about 1 cubic inch.
Picture in your mind a cube that measures one foot -- that is, one linear foot -- on each edge. That represents a volume equal to one cubic foot. Since one linear foot equals 12 (linear) inches, the cube measures 12 inches wide by 12 inches deep by 12 inches high. To compute the volume in cubic inch…
It's the same amount as the amount of regular inches in a regular foot; 12.A cubic foot contains 1,728 cubic inches.
There are four quarts in one gallon. Here is the breakdown:
2 cups in a pint
2 pints in a quart
4 quarts in a gallon
Well, at least he didn't ask whether a pound of lead or a pound of feathers is heavier.
Um, this is a joke, right? A pound of anything, from feathers to stones, weighs a pound. In case it's a typo, and you meant to ask another question, a pint (two cups) of water weighs just under a pound, …
1 litre = 1.759753986 pint [UK]
1 litre = 1.816165957 pint [US, dry]
1 litre = 2.11337641 pint [US, liquid]
1l = 2.2 pints
1 US fluid ounce = 29.5735296 milliliters So take the number of ounces and multiply by 29.5735296 to get the number of milliliters. Another answer: To see how many milliliters are in an ounce measurement and vice versa, try the Online Conversion link in the 'Related Links' for this question. This s…
Model 20 is the High Standard model 200 according to the Blue Book cross-reference list, but no model 200 is listed in the High Standard section of the book. To determine the value, go to Walmart or a sporting goods store and find the price for a similar (automatic, bolt action, etc) utili…
1 cup = 16 tablespoons 1 tablespoon = 1/16 of a cup (0.0625 cups) See the Related Questions for more conversions! Algebraically: 1 tablespoons*1 c 16 tablespoons=0.0625 c
There are 128 ounces (4 32 oz. quarts) in a US gallon.
17 gallon for 3.4L v6
15.5 for a formula v8
Filler neck holds .5 gallons. I was able to put 16.1 Gallons of fuel on a dead empty tank. The .1 may have been what ended up on my shoes however.
A pint is 16 US fluid ounces. Half is 8.
An imperial pint is 20 imperial ounces. Half of which is 10.
One US gallon is 3.79 L, so it would weigh from 2.69 kg to 2.91 kg, or from 5.92 to 6.42 lbs. One Imperial gallon is 4.55 L, so it would weigh from 3.23 kg to 3.50 kg or from 7.12 lbs. to 7.72 lbs.
96 4runner engine oil capacityi have myself a 1996 Toyota 4runner with 3.4l engine. this engine is called 5VZ-FE. i do have an original manual book for the car and that is what is says. if you change the oil with the filter it will take 5.2 quarts. if you do a change without replacing a filter - 4.9…
It depends on how dilute the antifreeze is, for cars, antifreeze is usually a mixture of antifreeze and water. However, ethylene glycol is the main component of antifreeze with a density of 1.09 grams per centimeters cubed. Or 1.09 grams per mililiter which is 1090 grams per liter. One gal…
1 liter = 33.8140226 US fluid ounces1 US fluid ounce = 0.0295735297 liters Note that this is for fluid ounces, not dry ounces. A fluid ounce is a measure of volume, just like a liter is. A dry ounce is a measure of weight. The weight of one liter of a substance depends on its density. So it depends …
1 gallon [US, liquid] = 128 ounce [US,
liquid]1 Imperial gallon = 160 Imperial
This kind of conversion cannot be made. A pound of something refers
to its weight. A gallon of something refers to its volume. If you
want to know how many pounds of water there are in a one gallon
container, the answer is 8.35 pounds. If you want to know how many
pounds of liquid mercury would fit …
There are three teaspoons to one tablespoon.1 tablespoon = 3 teaspoons. To convert a value in tablespoons to teaspoons, multiply by 3.
This question is easier to solve by first converting the volume to
cubic centimetres (millilitres), because 1 millilitre of water
weighs 1 gram and 1 litre weighs 1 kilogram.
1 ft is 30.48 cm.
1 ft * 1 ft * 1 ft
= 30.48 cm * 30.48 cm * 30.48 cm
= 28,316.8466 cm3
Now, we divide th…
1 US gallon = 3.785411784 liters.
1 Imperial (UK) gallon =
1 liter = 0.26417205 US gallons
1 liter = 0.21996919 Imperial (UK) gallons
Conversion to other units:
1 gallon [US, liquid] = 4 US quarts exactly
0.133681 ft3 and
128.000 fluid ounces and
0.003785 m3 and
There are 16 fluid ounces to the pint (US). There are three teaspoons (tsp.) in a tablespoon. There are two tablespoons (tbs.) in an ounce. There are 8 ounces (oz.) in a cup. There are 2 cups (c.) in a pint. There are two pints (pt.) in a quart. There are four quarts (qt.) in a gallon (gal.). …
The current spot price of silver is about $43 per troy ounce.
In 91 the car has an aod (automatic over drive) wich was shifted on the council 12D on a 95 they had changed to an eod (electronic over drive) where the original trans automaticaly shifted to 4th gear when in D the eod has a button you can push so that you can keep 3rd gear while in D and wont go to…
About 0.083 pound per cubic footThe density of oxygen at STP (Standard Temperature & Pressure) is 1.331 kilograms per cubic meter. Divide that by 35.3147 to get 0.03769 kilogram per cubic foot, which is equivalent to 0.08307 pound per cubic foot or 1.33 ounces per cubic foot.1.429 grammes per li…
1991-1996 Isuzu Rodeo's use THM4L30-E Automatic Transmission. It also bolts directly to the transfer case and is claimed as one unit, and is recommended to be removed as one unit, then separated from each other outside of the vehicle. Hope that helps you. That is what my service manual said. Nothing…
8 It will vary depending on what you are weighing.
Lots of things to factor in on such a question- mileage/condition of motor, rear end gear ratio & driving habits to name a few. I have a 1995 G20 Gladiator Conversion van 114,000 miles 5.7 4L60E 3:42 gears - Maintained like its the last one on Earth. In town 11/12 mph out on the hiway family wit…
Approximately 56 pounds per cubic foot for a dry formulation such as MAP (monoammonium phosphate).
2002 Nissan sentra holds about 12 gallons or 45 litres.
A litre is 10cm x 10cm x 10cm so it's 0.001 cubic metres. That
means 100L will be 0.1 cubic metres. That's the same as 6102 cubic
inches or 3.53 cubic feet.
Another way to look at this is: 100L = 100*1000mL. 1mL = 1cc (cubic
centimeter). Thus, 100L = 100*1000cc = 100 cubic decimeter = 0.1
There are 128 US ounces in a US liquid gallon or 160 UK ounces in an imperial gallon.
Im assuming you mean the Chevy 4.3, if so it takes between 4.5 and 5 qts of oil.
US gallon 128 U.S. ounces are in one U.S. gallon. 153.7 U.S. oz. in one U.K. gallon UK gallon 160 oz.(U.K.) = one U.K. gallon 133.2 oz (U.K.) = one U.S. gallon US Gallon = 3.785 liters UK Gallon = 4.546 liters If you want faster answers for conversions just type it into Google!For example if you…
Approximately 6 grams. Remember "salt" or "table salt" is composed of sodium and chloride ions. If you are asking how much sodium is in a teaspoon of table salt, the estimation is 2400 milligrams. This is the substance to "count" or watch if you are limiting your salt intake for health purposes. …
Kilograms are a measurement of mass (approximately weight) and litres are a measurement of volume. Therefore, there is no single conversion between the two - the relationship is dependent upon the density of the liquid or solid you are asking about, or the pressure of the gas.
1 liter = 2.11337642 US pints
1 litre = 1.75975326 Imperial pints
1 pint (US) = 0.47 litres.
1 pint (UK) = 0.57 litres.
Not enough information. You'll use approximately 50 gallons of gas, but unless you know the average price of a gallon of gas, you won't be able to calculate total cost. When you do get an average cost per gallon, simply multiply it by 50 and you've got your answer.
Basically, it's area times height, but because the formula to calculate area is different for different shapes, the formula for volume changes with the shape. length times width times height. L x W x H One can use calculus to find the volume of a solid. Take the triple integral of the functions that…
there are 2 different gas tanks used. 27 gal and 35 gal tanks. you probably have the 27 gal tank
Four quarts is equal to one gallon. A quart is an imperial measurement of volume; equal to ¼ imperial gallon or 2 pints.1 gal = 4 qt4 quarts= 1 gallon
On my 1987 Fleetwood, there is a button on the dashboard labeled E/M. Pushing this button changes the readings from English to metric and back. Hopefully there is a similar button on your vehicle.
First we assume it is a regular hexagon meaning all the angles are the same and the sides are the same length. Recalling that a regular hexagon can be broken up into 6 triangles, we find the area of the hexagon by finding the area of one triangle and multiply by six.
(recall the area of t…
According to the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, the
density of dry air at 20 degrees C at 760 mm of mercury (one
atmosphere of pressure) is 1.204 milligrams per cubic
1 cubic foot = 28,316.8467 cubic centimeters.
So, dry air weighs 34,093.48 mg per cu.ft.
Which is about 1.2 oun…
Weight of a baseball According to the rules of Baseball, "It shall
weigh not less than five nor more than 5 1/4 ounces avoirdupois"
There are sixteen (16) US cups in one U.S. gallon.
I believe it is 4.5 qts. Start with 4 qts, just in case so that you wouldn't have to drain the half a qt out if it only takes 4. It wont hurt anything if the engine ends up taking 4.5.
A Ton of Water... US: 1 tonne = 2000 lbs. 1 gallon of water =~ 8.345 lbs 2000 lbs / 8.345 lbs/gal = 239.65 gal In the US, about 239.65 US gallons would equal a ton. Imperial gallons (metric): 1 tonne = 1000 kg. 1 gallon of water =~ 4.54609 kg 1000 kg / 4.54609 kg/gal = 219.97 gal In the metr…
About 240 gallons.
The short US ton has 907,1847 kg; the density of water is 1 g/cm3.
So the short ton is equal to 907,1847 L.
The US gallon has 3,785 411 784 L, so 1 ton is equal (as mass) to
239,65 US gallons of water.
There are 16 fluid ounces in a U.S. pint.
There are 20 fluid ounces in an Imperial pint.
There are 16 fluid ounces in an Imperial tenth (1/2 fifth).
Ounces in a
Arguably, there is no unit in existence that leads to more
hair-pulling confusion than the pint. There's the UK pint
(~567.5 ml), t…
It takes 30 gallons of gas to fill up a 1993 Chevrolet Blazer 1500.
Features of this vehicle include power steering, and a manual
Space an object takes up (volume).
The unit of volume in SI is the cubic meter.
A cubic centimeter is equal to 1 mL.
1 gallon of gasoline equals 5.8 to 6.5 lbs.