752 Gallons ---- Volume of a cylinder = PI * height * radius * radius radius = diameter/2 = 2 3.14159 * 8 * 2 * 2 = 100.53096 cubic feet 1 cubic foot = 7.48051948 US gallons 100.53096 cubic feet = 752.023805 US Gallons
Three million gallons of plain water would weigh 25,020,000 pounds or 12,510 tons. That much water would require a container of 401,041.68 cubic feet to hold it.
The correct answer is 5.3 ounces. Step-by-step explanation: When you are rounding to the nearest 10th it means that you are rounding to one decimal place. When doing this you will keep the first number after the decimal point if the second number is less than 5. You will round up to the next number when the second number is 5 or more. Since the number is 5.336, rounded to the nearest 10th is 5.3.
Rounded to the nearest ten pounds, 218.99 is approximately equal to 220 pounds.
1500 mL =1.5 L1 litre 500 mL
18.29 liters is approximately 4.84 gallons when rounded to the nearest gallon.
.44 gallons = 1665.5812 ml to the nearest 100 ml, 1700 ml To the nearest 110 ml, 1650 ml
3353 US gallons / 1.20095 = 2792 Imperial gallons (to nearest full gallon).
When flying from the east to west you should fly at an even number altitude to the nearest thousand. But when flying using Visual Flight Rules you should fly at an even altitude to the nearest thousand plus 500 feet.
The square root of 85 correct to the nearest tenth is 9.2
25,000 US gallons = 123.8 cubic yards.
264 US gallons (to the nearest whole gallon).
343.8 miles / 9 gallons = 38.2 miles per gallon 9 gallons / 343.8 miles = 0.0 gallons per mile (to the nearest tenth). Actually, the consumption is 0.026 gallons per mile.
This is not solvable in integers for a triangle. The solution to the nearest thousandth is: base = 9.132 and altitude = 6.132 Half base = 4.566 x alt 6.132 = 27.999, again to the nearest thousandth.
It is correct, so 22.15 is already correct.