How much does a 5-gallon water jug filled with pennies weigh?
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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/s 2 =37.1 kg*m/s 2 =37.1 N = 8.34 pounds *For the U…K or Imperial gallon, m= 4.546 kg (almost exactly 10 pounds, which is how it was originally defined, i.e. 10 pounds of distilled water) ( Full Answer )
5 U.S. gallons of water weigh approximately 41.73 lbs. . 5 Imperial gallons of water weigh exactly 50 lbs.
How much does a 10-gallon bucket weigh filled to capacity with the density of water is 1.00 gram per milliliter how many pounds does the bucket weigh?
Answer . Water weighs 8.34 lbs per gallon, so 10 gallons would weigh 83.4 lbs.
If you have a three gallon jug and a five gallon jug No marks on either one The goal is to fill the five gallon jug with four gallons of water How is this accomplished?
Answer There are three ways to do this. Method 1 Step 1 : Fill the 5 gallon jug and then pour it into the 3 gallon jug. The 5 gallon jug has 2 gallons left. Step 2 : Now throw the 3 gallon water away. Pour the 2 gallons from the 5 gallon jug to the 3 gallon jug. So now the 3 gallon ju…g has just 2 gallons of water. Step 3 : Fill the 5 gallon jug again, and pour 1 gallon to the 3 gallon jug. What do u have left in the 5 gallon jug ?? 4 gallons of water.. ! Method 2 Next to each step, the current contents (in gallons of water) of the two jugs (5 gallon first, then 3 gallon) is written. . 5 0 Fill the 5 gallon jug. . 2 3 Pour 3 gallons into the other jug, leaving 2 gallons. . 2 0 Empty the 3 gallon jug. . 0 2 Pour the 2 gallons from the 5 gallon jug into the 3 gallon jug. . 5 2 Fill the 5 gallon jug again. . 4 3 Top up the 3 gallon jug from the 5 gallon jug, leaving 4 gallons in the 5 gallon jug. Method 3 You fill the three gallon jug and then pour it into the five gallon jug. Then you fill it again and pour it in the five gallon jug, leaving one gallon in the three gallon jug. Then you pour out the five gallon jug, pour the one gallon from the three gallon jug into the five gallon jug, then you fill the three gallon jug, pour it into the five gallon jug, leaving four gallons in the five gallon jug. P.S Who designed that annoying bomb you're trying to defuse? ( Full Answer )
I filled a 1-gallon jug w/ mixed pocket change a few times and it worked out to be about $ 410 per gallon. . I filled one with no pennys and it amounted to $1550 yeah!
Because one penny weighs 0.006250lb or .002 Kilograms and the accuracy of the household scale is +/- 100th, then If you are using Kilograms, then Number of pennies +/- 100 = (Weight of your water jug in kilogram) / .002 If you are using pounds Number of pennies +/- 100 = (Weight of your wat…er jug in Pounds) / 0.006250 a fifty pound water jug full of pennies would have (50 / 0.00625 ) = 8000 pennies or $800 a 50 Kilogram water jug full of pennies would have (50 / .002) = 25000 pennies or $2500 All answers are rounded to the nearest dollar. ( Full Answer )
We actually did this. As part of a high school challange, each year was attempting to collect the most for charity. My youngest daughter, being a sophomore, started to get a bit serious.\n. \nSo we started collecting, and as I her father have a thing for wheatback pennies, I gleaned these out of …the incoming sources. As a result, we counted the pennies before each pile of 500 or 1,000 was added to the jug. We drew a line every $5 or $10. As we approached the top, we hit $60, or 6,000 pennies. I feel compelled to add that this is probably +/- 0.5%, at most. We might have been able to add as much as another 100 or so before capping, but it was time to go to the school for the grand addition. (Video is available.)\n. \nWhile this applies to a basic bottle design currently in use, I'm sure it won't deviate much regardless of design.\n. \n6,000 - 6,100 pennies in a 1 gallon milk jug. The weight was close to 34 pounds.\n. \nWe are currently trying it again, this time down to an exact penny. ( Full Answer )
Method 1: Fill the 3-gallon jug. Pour this into the 5-gallon jug. Fill the 3-gallon jug again, and pour from it into the 5-gallon juguntil it is full. This leaves 1 gallon in the 3-gallon jug. Empty the 5-gallon jug, and then pour the gallon from the 3-gallonjug into it. Fill the 3-gallon jug, and p…our it into the 5-gallonjug, thus making 4 gallons. Method 2: Fill the 5-gallon jug. Pour this into the 3-gallon jug until it's full. Empty the 3-gallon jug, and then pour the remaining two gallonsinto the 3-gallon jug. Fill the 5-gallon jug, and then pour into the 3-gallon jug until itis full, leaving 4 gallons in the 5-gallon jug. ( Full Answer )
1 gallon is equal to 3.78541178 liters.. So it takes 3.78541178 litters to fill a gallon jug.
You have some work ahead of you. The value of this collection depends on a lot of factors, including the dates, mint marks, and conditions of the coins. There's no way to assign a value without having them sorted out. Whatever you do, don't just take them to a bank, or worse yet dump them in one of …those thieving coin-counting machines that keep 10% of whatever you put in. As a rule of thumb, halves minted after 1940 fall into 3 price groups: Dates 1940-64 : in average condition all dates and mint marks are worth about $7-8 for their silver content. The only exception is a 1946-D, which is worth up to $12 in circulated condition. Precious-metal buyers will pay wholesale, about 2/3 of these amounts. Dates 1965-69 : these have lower-purity silver and are worth about $2.75 each Dates 1971-present : all are made of cupronickel, like dimes and quarters, and are only worth 50 cents apiece, so just spend them. (1970 halves weren't released to circulation) For older coins, getting a price is more complicated. Many are only worth their silver melt value, but the older they are the more likely you will have a coin that is more valuable as a collector's item. There are two links below that give approximate retail collector prices. Remember that a dealer will pay wholesale. ( Full Answer )
There's no specific answer because coins are different sizes and weights. For example, large dollar coins will not pack as tightly as small dimes, so there will be a lot more air spaces in between. Also, the same size coin may have different weights depending on its date - cents minted before …1982 weigh about 25% more than newer pennies because they're made of different metals. So, even though the same number of old pennies or new pennies will fit in the jug, filling it with old coins will make it heavier than if it were filled with new ones. ( Full Answer )
A pint is a pound, the whole world round. So: 8 pints in a gallon thus 40 pounds (plus the weight of the jug).
If you have a five gallon jug and a seven gallon jug no marks on either one The goal is to fill the five gallon jug with four gallons of water How is this accomplished?
you fill the 7 gallon jug and then place the water into the 5 gallon jug. You will end up with 2 gallons because you subtracted 5 gallons, place that water somewhere else and repeat the process.
depending on what kind of change is in there.. around 350 to 420 per gallon
If you have a three gallon jug and a five gallon jug No marks on either one The goal is to fill the five gallon jug with four gallons of water How is this accomplishedb?
fill the 5 gallon jug with water then pour the water into the 3 gallon jug until its full then u will have 2 gallons in the 5 gallon jug. then if the jugs both have the same circumference u can just make the water in both jugs level then u will have 2 gallons of water in each jug. pour the water fro…m the 3 gallon jug into the 5 gallon jug. and u should know that 2+2=4 :) ( Full Answer )
If you have a 5 gallon jug and a seven gallon jug no marks on either one the goal is to fill the 7 gallon jug with 6 gallons of water how is this accomplished?
Fill the 5-gallon jug with liquid. Pour the liquid into the 7-gallon jug. Fill the 5-gallon jug with liquid and top-off the 7-gallon jug with the liquid of the 5-gallon. There will one gallon of liquid left in the 5-gallon jug. Empty the contents of the 7-gallon jug and fill it with the one gallon l…eft in the 5-gallon jug. Fill the 5-gallon jug with liquid and pour it into the 7-gallon jug that contains one gallon of liquid. Do the math, one gallon plus five gallons equals six gallons of liquid. ( Full Answer )
i tink it would take about maybe estimate of 10,000 pennies. i tink it would take about maybe estimate of 10,000 pennies
1 gallon is equal to 3.8 liters or 4 quarts, that is why they are refered to as quarts (one quarter gallon)
50.00 give or take 2-3 dollars. How do I know? I had a penny drive in my classroom a few years ago and used a gallon jug for the pennies. When I took them to the bank that is just what was counted out.
180.55 pounds. 180 pennies in a pound and there is roughly 32,500 pennies in 5 gallons. 32,500.00 divided by 180= 180.55
>there are 2 simple ways... ONE: Fill the 7lit jug & pour into the 5lit jug, so the remainder is 2lit, which you pour into the third jug,.... repeat this process further twice...., so you may get 6lits. TWO: fill 5lit jug & pour into the 7lit jug, fill again & pour the balance, now the left over is …3 lit..., which you may pour into the third jug... & repeat the process, so you get 6lits :) :) drink the rest ( Full Answer )
Why has someone bothered to answer how many quarters fit into a 5 gallon water bottle but someone can't tell me how much a 5 gallon water bottle filled with water weighs?
because that is a silly question that is easy to answer 4 litres to a gallon, 1 kilo to a litre, therefore 20 kilos or approx 44 pounds
It is definitely toxic. I used to reuse them all the time but then i died 6 months ago from plasticolitis (a disease caused by reusing #2 plastic bottles).
You fill up the three gallon can and then put it into the five gallon can. You re-fill the three gallon can and pour it into the five gallon can until full. You now have 1 gallon in the 3 gallon can. You dump out the five gallon can and then pour in the 1 gallon from the 3 gallon can into the five g…allon. Then you re-fill the three gallon and pour it into the five galllon. You now have 4 gallons in the five gallon can! :D ( Full Answer )
If you have a 16 gallon jug of water and 9 gallon jug and a 7 gallon jug how do you measure 8 gallons in two of the jugs?
Let 16.0.0 represent 16 gallons in jug 1, and nil gallons in jugs 2 and 3.. Then filling up jug 2 from jug 1 gives 7.9.0. Filling jug 3 from jug 2 gives 7.2.7. And proceeding 14.2.0 - 14.0.2 - 5.9.2 - 5.4.7 - 12.4.0 -12.0.4 - 3.9.4 - 3.6.7 - 10.6.0 - 10.0.6 - 1.9.6 - 1.8.7. we have 8 gallons as …required. ( Full Answer )
Standard twin mattress: 39 x 75 inches. Typical waterbed depth: 9 inches. In cubic inches: 26325 In cubic feet: 15.23 In gallons: 113 In pounds: 950
1 US Gallon of water weighs 8.35 lbs. The tank will not be filled to the brim so you can deduct about 0.5 gallons from its maximum capacity. So the weight of the water would be 8.35lbs x 4.50 which is 37.5lbs. You would also have to weigh the tank and other things like lights, cover glass, heater/th…ermostat, thermometer, filter complete with media, and gravel etc. Everything that you use in the tank must be weighed and added to the water weight to obtain an accurate total weight. ( Full Answer )
The weight of the milk depends on the volume and density of themilk - in this case we are given a volume of 1 US gallon so we justneed the density to finish the calculation: The density of milk depends on fat content and its type. The density varies from 1.032kg/L (whole milk) to 1.035kg/L (skimmil…k). This can go as low as 1.026kg/L under certain conditions, but a lowdensity could also indicate added water. 1 gallon x 1.032kg/L x 3.785 L = 3.906 kg (for whole milk) = 8.612lb 1 gallon x 1.035 kg/L x 3.785 L = 3.917 kg (for skim milk) = 8.637lb (2.20462262185 lb/kg) ( Full Answer )
1 pound of quarters is $20. Based on the space used in the jug, the amount of quarters inside can vary, but it should be slightly above 200 lbs. This means that a 5 gallon jug filled only with quarters should hold over $4,000.
You do not state how heavy the time is. An Australian 5 cent coin weighs 2.83 grams. Making no allowance for the weight of the tin, you have about $33 worth of 5 cent coins.
All modern (mid-1982 to the present) US cents have a nominal weight of 2.5 gm. Older bronze cents weighed 3.11 gm when new.
A pound weighs a pound unless you're in space where it seems to weigh nothing. I guess you should ask the right question which would look more like; " How many pennies in a pound?" Or better yet," How much is a pound of pennies worth?" I suggest that you skip the middle man and ask "Where is the nea…rest Coin Star?" BTW it's 165 (approx. depending on wear and year of mint) per pound. ( Full Answer )
A 2 by 5 foot fish tank would weigh nothing, because it would be a 2 divisional object, which have no mass. A third measurement, such as the height, would be needed to provide us with a three dimensional object on which we could calculate the mass.
There is no way to know specifically, but it is likely to be several hundred dollars.
If you divide the volume of the container by the volume of a penny, you get 52,575 pennies, or $525.75. Obviously this is a high estimate considering there will be significant empty space between coins. I think the best way to estimate this without using thousands of coins would be to scale it down…. Measure how many pennies it takes to fill up one cup and multiply that by 80 (16 cups in a gallon times 5 gallons). It still won't be perfect, but much more accurate than 52,575. ( Full Answer )
The buoyant force is equal to the weight of the displaced fluid (Archimedes Principle). A gallon jug underwater will have a buoyant force equal to the weight of the displaced water: eight pounds. The total weight will also include the normal downward weight of the jug itself and the air it contai…ns. ( Full Answer )
A US five cent piece weighs 5.00 grams, has a composition of 0.750 copper & 0.250 nickel and a diameter: 21.2 mm.
a one penny UK coin weighs 3.56 grams, therefore 60 weigh 213,6 grams and 600 weigh 21360 grams
Answer: . Weight of 1 US Gallon of water = approx. 8.35 lb Weight of 1 imperial gallon (eg UK measure) of water weighs 10 pounds by definition, at a specified temperature and pressure. Note: There are comments associated with this question. See the http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Discuss:How_much_doe…s_one_gallon_of_water_weigh to add to the conversation.. ( Full Answer )
A gallon weighs about 8 pounds. A pound of pennies is 240 pennies Answer = 9600 pennies! WOW
Assuming the jug was empty, it would require 1 litre. If the jugcontained any amount of water, the requirement would be 1 litreminus however much was in the jug already.
An Imperial gallon weighs 4.536 kg, so 100 gallons weighs 453.6 kg. A U.S.A. gallon weighs 3.79 kg, so 100 U.S.A. gallons weighs 379.0 kg.
5 gallon water jugs, when they're empty, can be used for many things. They can be filled with other liquids, or even sand, and can be turned into weights. You can also turn them into containers if you cut the tops off!
A gallon of water weighs about 8 pounds.. 1000 g/liter. 453.592 g/lb. 3.78541 liters/gallon. so. 8.345 lb/gallon of water.
One gallon of space is the same as four (4) quarts of space. It hasnothing to do with the containers around the space, or the substance in thecontainers.
there are 20 cups in a 5 gallon jug of water. Got your answer thereyou go have fun and learn.
The iPhone 5c weighs 4.65 ounches. It is heavier than the iPhone 5and 5s which weight 3.95.
Slightly less than 60 grams (about 2 ounces). The one I weighed just now was 2.25 ounces.
Depends on the weight of the glass. The water weighs 10 grams if filled to the 10 ml mark - more if overfilled, of course.
Depends entirely on the size of the jug and what it is made of, there is no standard size It depends on the size of the jug and how much the jug weighs.