How much water would it take to fill the Empire State Building?
The Empire State building has 37 million cubic feet of volume which equates to 276,779,220.76 gallons of water.
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Answer: Difficult to calculate, but under 8.81 seconds. Calculating how long it takes an object to fall a certain distance is a difficult question if you want an exact answer, but if you're willing to look at a simplified model (ignoring factors such as air resistance/frictions, which would be co…nsiderable), a crude approximation can be reached. The acceleration due to gravity of an object is 9.81 m/s 2 (meters per second per second) down. The amount of displacement resulting from a given acceleration over time is .5a t 2 , where t is the amount of time (in seconds). The amount of displacement we need to equal is the height of the roof of the Empire State Building, 381 m (1250 ft) . After substituting our values into the displacement/acceleration equation, giving us -381 = .5(-9.81) t 2 . We can find our amount of time by isolating t . Doing this give us our final result of 8.81 seconds. If we assume that non-gravity factors would not be accelerating your decent, we can treat this as an upper limit to the result in real life. if you try you cant go past the bars How ever if you decide to use feet units you come up with 6.154 seconds. Acceleration due to gravity is approximately -32.174 feet per second 2 . The Empire State building is 1250 feet tall. So the height, Y, at time, t, 0 is 1250. The acceleration equation of the scenario would at first Y"=-32.174t. When we integrate this to find the velocity equation we recieve: Y'=-16.087t 2 +C. The integrating constant, C, would represent a starting velocity. Since the person "fell" off the building the initial velocity is 0, so Y'=-16.087t 2 . In order to find the position equation we integrate once more, yielding: Y=-5.36233t 3 +C. The integrating constant, C, in this case represents initial position which we know is 1250. So the position equation is: Y=-5.36233t 3 +1250. To find out when he hits the ground we solve for when height, Y, equals 0. 0=-5.36233t 3 +1250. This yields a time value of 6.1544 seconds. *Note: This answer also ignores air resistance. (MORE)
Three thousand workers took one (1) year and 45 days to complete the building working Sundays and holidays!
It took 410 days, which is one year and 45 days to build the empire state building. That was over 200,000 hours of labor, during the course of roughly 14 months, to build what was the tallest building at that time.
Answer . It took about 18 months to build in 1930-31, and was finished about a month ahead of schedule and $5 million under budget.
How many pennies? ..x . It takes 2 billion pennies to reach the top of the Empire State Building.. Answered by Stephanie Cronie, 11.
The Empire State Building Official Internet Site reports that it took one year and 45 days, a total of seven million man-hours.
There are 13 stacked nickels in an inch, 12 inches in a foot and the Empire State building is 1250 feet high to the 102nd floor so 195,000 nickels would be needed.
Construction of the Empire State Building was completed in 1931. Itcost $40,948,900, which would equal around 500 million dollars in2010.
With X length X Av depth will give you cubic feet or meters or cubits or whatever measurement you used,Just to start you of here re some volumes. . 1 cubic meters = 1 000 liters . cubic foot = 7.48051948 US gallons
It depends on what the scale size you are using is. If it was a 1:100th model, it would take about 50,000 blades.
During the construction of the Empire State Building 3,400 men wereused at any given time. The entire building took 12 months and 45days, plus 7,000,000 man-hours to complete.
The building itself cost $24,718,000 to build (nearly half the expected cost because of the Great Depression). Including the property on which the building sits, the total cost for the Empire State Building was $40,948,900
The amount of water it would take to fill a lake varies. It dependson the size of the lake and whether the soil is dry or not.
If you took The Empire State Building and placed it on its side approximately how long would it take the average human to walk from the first floor to the roof at an average walking speed?
\n1. Find height of empire state building\n2. Assume average walking speed of 3mph\n3. Convert mph into feet per hour (5280 ft in 1 mile)\n4. Rate (ft per hour) = distance (height of building) / time (in hours)\n4a. 3mph = distance / X
It takes about 2 and a half minutes. And despite what you may have heard, the velocity is not enough to kill someone, the air resistance is too great. They could get stung pretty good, and might break cause a pretty good bruise, but isn't likely to result in severe injury..............No someone has… actually died from someone throwing a penny of the empire building, yeah the air resistance is great but it has more weight in a penny ,just like if rain was a little more heavier it would kill someone or damage something every time it rains but the air resistance slows it down. (MORE)
it depends on how many people you have working on it, needle size and yarn size.
There are 2 observation decks in the Empire State Building. Thefirst is on the 86th floor. The second is on the 102nd floor.
A mole is 6.022x10^23 particles. To find the volume of a mole of jellybeans simply multiply the volume of a single jellybean (1.192x10^-4 ftÂ³) by 6.022x10^23. You get a volume of 7.178x10^19 ftÂ³. Of course that doesn't take into consideration the air spaces trapped between the jellybeans, but.…..yeah. So now you can just divide that volume by the volume of the Empire State Building and you'll have the number of buildings it would take to hold a mole of jellybeans. (7.178x10^19 ftÂ³) / (3.7x10^7 ftÂ³) = 1.9x10^12 Empire State Buildings. That's just under 2 TRILLION buildings the size of the Empire State Building. Truly, a mole is a dazzlingly huge number of particles and you can see why we typically only use it to count very small objects like atoms and molecules. (MORE)
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The Grand Canyon, located in Arizona, is one of largest naturalwonders in America. It would take approximately 2500 cubic miles ofdirt to fill the canyon up.
The value will depend on a variety of factors including the property leases, rental rates, other income derived from the property, the property's occupancy rate, as well as the general market's occupancy rates. The property will also depend on if there are any master leases or ground leases which co…uld devalue the property. The property was sold by Donald Trump and his group for $57.5MM which is grossly undervalued for a building like this and it was mainly due to the fact that the property has a sole master lease for 114 years through 2076. This master lease artificially lowers the value of the property because the rent is well below the market rate. Once this master lease is gone the property value could grow enormously. For example if the building, which is 2.5 million square feet of space, is 95% occupied with average rents of $40.00 per foot on a triple net basis for all of the leases, the net operating income would be approximately $95,000,000 per year. Further assume that a building of this stature could get a capitalization between 5.0% and 6.0% than the building could be value somewhere between $1.583 billion and $1.9 billion. This number could be even high or lower depending on the factors previously described above. Again, this is just an estimate, and I do not have all of the facts, but this should work as a general example of how the value of a building can be estimated. (MORE)
It would fall to the ground, going faster all the time, accelerating at the rate of the acceleration of gravity ... or maybe a little less than that because of the air resistance ... and by the time it hit the ground, it would be falling pretty fast. If the point happened to be pointing down w…hen it landed, it might actually penetrate some distance into the ground. Also, if anyone happened to be standing or walking over the place the knife was headed for, it would hurt, whether it was falling with the point up or down. (MORE)
Acceleration from gravity is 9.8 m/s 2 or 32.2 ft/s 2 . The Empire State Building is 381 meters/1,250 feet tall. So if we throw a penny off the Empire State Building, its speed would increase by 9.8m/32.2ft every second. We will count every second's increasing speed. 9.8m for the first sec…ond. 32.2ft for the first second. We keep adding 9.8m to the speed for every second that passes. We keep adding 32.2ft to the speed for every second that passes. On the eighth second, the penny will have passed 352.8m or 1157.5ft. The current speed for the ball is 78.4 m/s or 257.2 ft/s. We increase that by half of 9.8 m/s or half of 32.2 ft/s (4.9 m/s and 16.1 ft/s). The speed of the penny will now be 83.3 m/s or 273.3 ft/s. There is 28.2m or 92.5ft. This value divided by the current speed is 0.34. This will be the seconds left before impact on the ground. 8 + 0.34 = 8.34 It will take a penny 8.34 seconds to hit the ground when dropped from the Empire State Building.\n. \n. \nTerminal Velocity would slow it down much before it reached that point. (MORE)
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Well I'm surprized you couldn't come up with this on your own. The ark like everything else would have washed away and everyone along with every living thing would have died. The End
The Empire State Building is located in New York, NY. The state of New York is nicknamed the Empire State. New York The Empire State Building is in New York City, New York.
The Empire state building height, including the pinnacle, is 1453' & 8-9/16"= 17,444 & 9/16". The thickness of a nickel is .077". Therefore, if you divide 17,444 & 8-9/16" by .077" you get the number of nickels needed then to reach top: 226,552.7597 around $11, 400.00.
It is called The Empire State Building because New York State's nickname is "The Empire State."
Can`t you go whenever you want? Yes, tickets are available to tour the inside of the Empire StateBuilding.
It would continue falling until it touched the ground - or something else that stopped its fall.
It is almost exactly two empire state buildings high couple hundredfeet taller than two empires
From Ocean Atlas and using you figure of 1-2 inches you would get with a lot of rounding 40,000 inches in on km leangth. Divide 335,258,000 by 40,000 and we get 8381 cubic km for each inch of ocean level rise. At its greatest extent the Lake Manly which filled Death Valley during the ice ages in …the past was 800 feet deep at it maximum and 80 miles long in a typical rift valley lake system. Roughly guessing I would put that at 80*10 or 800 square miles and if the slope is 45 degrees that would be as if it were all about 400 feet deep. Divide 400 by 0.3861022 gives 1036 square km, 400 feet equals 4800 inches divided by 40,000 equals .12 cubic km per square km. Multiply 1036 by .12 gives you 125 cubic km. 8381 divided by 125 means filling Death Valley would be equal to 1/67 inches of ocean water. Hardly seems worth the effort for .015 inches of meltwater. (MORE)
43,500 X 4 = 174,000 cubic feet and a there are 7.48 gallons in cubic foot, so 174,000 x 7.47 = 1,301,520 gallons ( over a million gallons).
Take one typical balloon, and fill it up just the way you always fill them. When it's full and you're ready to tie the end closed, don't do it. Instead, take a big measuring cup, and pour the water back out of the balloon into the measuring cup. See how much water you have in the measuring cup…, and you have the answer to your question. If you want to be more scientific about it, do the same thing five times, and write down the five different amounts it takes to fill five different balloons. Add up the five numbers, and divide the result by 5. That gives you the average amount of water it takes to fill each balloon, even if they don't all take the same amount. (MORE)
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Depends on how fit you are. My uncle Terrence is in good shape and it took him over 2 hours!
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It depends on the size of the balloon. If it's a small balloon, about a half gallon will due. If it's a larger balloon, about a gallon or so. Now, if it's a very small weak balloon, about 1/2 quarter gallon should do it.
The ESB is much wider at its base than at its top, so no object dropped from its top would hit the sidewalk. HOWEVER, an object dropped from the height of the ESB would, if it experienced no air friction nor hit anything along the way, would hit the ground in 8.8 seconds. However, air friction wo…uld delay this by a few seconds, as a small ball would experience air resistance before that time. (MORE)
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If the pond is rectangular and the sides are straight ... it's 8' x 4' at every level, all the way to the bottom ... then its volume is 8 x 4 x 1.6 = 51.2 cubic feet = 383 gallons (rounded)
The Empire State Building is roughly 37 Million Cubic Feet in volume. A Golf Ball is around 1.5 Cubic Inches, so 8 golf balls would fit in one cubic foot. That means that 37,000,000 times 8 = 296â000â000 Golf Balls
It would take 1m 3 of water. The metre cubed is the base unit of volume. For ease of use most domestic volumes are measured in litres, 1 litre is 1dm 3 or 0.001m 3 , so there are 1000 litres in 1 metre cubed. one metre cubed would take 1000 litres. The density of water at 20 o C is 998.207 kgm …-3 , so one metre cubed of water will weigh 998.207 kilograms. (MORE)
The building would float when the water weight being displaced equaled the weight of the house, but the house may move due to absorption of the water's kinetic energy before it floated. A river or flood for instance.
The Empire State Building is at 34th Street and 5th Avenue. Walk 1 block west on 34th Street to Herald Square (at the 3-way intersection of 34th Street, Broadway, and 6th Avenue). You can take the Uptown N-R-Q (the yellow line) from 34th Street-Herald Square to 5th Avenue-59th Street (southeast… corner of the park). If you want to go further north in the park, you can take the Uptown N-R-Q to Lexington Avenue-59th Street, and transfer there to the Uptown 4 or 5 express trains (of the 4-5-6 , the dark green line), 1 stop, to 86th Street (at Lexington Avenue), and then walk west from Lexington Avenue to the east side of the park (at 5th Avenue). Or you can transfer to the 6 local train to any of the following stops on Lexington: 68th Street-Hunter College, 77th Street, 86th Street, 96th Street, 103rd Street, or 110th Street (north end of the park). You can also take the Uptown B or D trains (of the B-D-F-M , the orange line) from 34th Street-Herald Square to 59th Street-Columbus Circle (southwest corner of the park). If you're traveling on a weekday, you can also take the B further north, to any of the following stops on Central Park West: 72nd Street, 81st Street-Museum of Natural History, 86th Street, 96th Street, 103rd Street, or 110th Street-Cathedral Parkway. If you're traveling on the weekend (when the B doesn't run), you can transfer at 59th Street-Columbus Circle to the C train (of the A-C-E , the blue line) to any of the same stops on Central Park West. (MORE)
William F. Lamb first took two weeks to draw the plans. Then it took 410 days to build the empire state building. It was built with mostly immigrant labor, and it took $24.7 million to build.
The volume of a cylinder is (pi) x (radius) 2 x ( length) . Radius is 1 / 2 of the diameter. Radius of a 3-inch pipe is 1.5 inches. 1 foot = 12 inches 1,000 feet = 12,000 inches 1 gallon = 231 cubic inches Volume = (pi) x (1.5) 2 x (12,000) = 84,823 cubic inches = 367.2 gallons …(rounded) (MORE)
You can take a virtual tour of the Empire State Building on several sites online including youtube, virtual tours, and several other New York tourist websites.
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