54 cubic feet holds 404 gallons.
999 cubic feet equates to 7,473.04 US gallons.
That's 27 cf of water. And, at 7.48 gal/cf, that gives you... 201.96 gallons, or 202 gallons rounded...
282.6 gallons144 * 3.14 = 452.16 SF452.16 SF * 1' = 452.16 cubic feet of water / foot of depth452.16 CF / 12 = 37.68 CF of water / inch of depth37.68 CF * 7.5 gallons of water / CF282.68 gallons / inch of depth
3.5 cubic feet = about 26.18 US liquid gallons or 22.5 US dry gallons.
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You need 200.4 cubic feet to contain 1500 gallons, provided your .1336 cf/g is correct.
25 x 5 x .5 = 62.5 cf / 27 = 2.31 cubic yards. Order 3.
1200 sf x 1 ft = 1200 cubic feet x 7.48 gallons/cf = 8976 gallons.
1 CY = 27 CF. One half yard = 13.5 CF. 13.5 CF /.45 CF per 60 Lb. bag = 30 Bags
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9,000 people (and counting) have cf (full name Cystic Fibrosis) hope this answer helped :-)
5289 gallons. pi r2 d = 3.14159 * 7.52 * 4 = 707 cubic feet cf * 123 * 2.543 = 707 *123 * 2.543 = 2.002 x 107 ml ml / 3785 = 2.002 x 107 / 3785 = 5289 gallons
There are many purposes of a CF memory card. CF memory cards can be used for mass storage purposes. They are also used for camcorders and high definition cameras.
The letters ough have 10 different pronunciations."through" (cf. true)."thought" (cf. taut)."though" (cf. toe)."cough" (cf. coffin)."rough" (cf. ruffian)."bough" (cf. to bow)."thorough" (cf. about) [British English].
this is a trickey one to explaineither the child hasone non cf gene (from the mother) + one non cf gene (from the father) = a non carrier child (a child that doesnt carry the cf gene)ORone non cf gene (from the mother) + one cf gene (from the father) = a carrier child (a child that carry's the cf gene but doesnt have cf)ORone cf gene (from the mother) + one non cf gene (from the father) = a carrier child (a child that carry's the cf gene but doesnt have cf)ORone cf gene (from the mother) + one cf gene (from the father) = a cf child (a child that carry's both copies of the cf gene and does have cf)so to answer your question there is a 1 in 3 chance
In the UK around 1 in every 25 caucasian people has the CF gene. It is less common in people from other ethnic groups. In order for the child to have cystic fibrosis both the mother and father must have the CF gene. For a couple who both have the gene, there is a 1 in 4 chance that the child will have CF (i.e. the child will have two copies of the CF gene in order to have CF), a 1 in 2 chance that the child will be a carrier of CF (i.e. have one copy of the CF gene but will have no symptoms at all of CF) and a 1 in 4 chance that the child will be CF-gene free. These odds will be the same for each pregnancy, regardless of the couple's children already born with/without CF. There are many 'mutations' of the CF gene that have been found, some more common than others. If you have CF in the family, or are worried about having a child with CF, it is possible to have screening to see if you have one of the more common forms of the CF gene.
If the father is not a carrier of CF, it is not possible for the baby to have CF. If the father is a carrier of CF (only one gene), then there is a 50% chance for the baby to have CF (because you have two genes). If the father has CF, there is a 100% chance the baby will have CF. The father's chances of being a CF carrier depend to some extent on his ethnicity, but CF has been found in nearly every ethnic group; there are well over 1000 different mutations of the CF gene.
CF is the chemical formula.
In order for your child to have CF, both parents have to be carriers. If they are, the child has a 1 in 4 chance of having CF.
By "another pregnancy", I assume that the parents have had one child with cystic fibrosis. As cystic fibrosis is recessive and neither parent suffers from it, they must both be carriers. That means the chances of the next baby having CF is 25%, or a one in four chance. Assuming both parents have one CF and one non-CF gene, the combinations work out: non-CF x non-CF (normal) non-CF x CF (carrier) CF x non-CF (carrier) CF x CF (cystic fibrosis sufferer) Therefore their chances of having a: normal child = 25% child who is a CF carrier = 50% child who suffers from CF = 25%
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Logroñés CF ended in 2008.
Logroñés CF was created in 2000.
CF Amposta was created in 1915.