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Around 943 lbs. Water weighs 8.33 lbs/gal. 5 inch hose holds 1 gal per 1 foot of hose. So 8.33x100 foot is 833 lbs. Add that to the 110 lbs that the hose weighs empty and you have 943 lbs Full Answer

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1 Gallon Full Answer

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Creepy Crawlers - 1994 Attack of the Fifty Foot Googengrime 1-13 was released on: USA: 14 February 1995 Full Answer

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12 inches=1 foot 600 inches Full Answer

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1.03 gallons Full Answer

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It requires 73 gallons of water to fill a 6 inch x 50 foot hose Full Answer

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no way Jose Full Answer

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Since 12" x 12" tile are 1 square foot, 50 of them would be 50 square feet. Full Answer

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If 1 foot equals 12 inches, then 50 inches equals 4.16 feet. If 1 foot equals 12 inches, then 50 inches equals 4.16 feet. Full Answer

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No lol It would be Fantastic if there was though :) Full Answer

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in America the standard length of a fire hose is 50 feet Hose used if wildland fire suppression comes in 100 foot sections Full Answer

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0.00000000000000000000000000000000000000001 mg Full Answer

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about 70 ft. Full Answer

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2788.71 ft 1 Meter = 3.28 ft 1 foot = 0.3048 m Full Answer

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Volume of a cylinder = (pi) x (radius)2 x (length) Radius = half of the diameter = 1.395 mm 1 foot = 304.8 mm Volume = (pi) x (1.395)2 x (304.8) = 1,863.43 cubic millimeters per foot. That's about 2,031… Full Answer

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1 yard and 16 inches It can also be expressed as: 1 yard, 1 foot and 4 inches or 1 yard and 1 1/3 feet Full Answer

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A square meter is three times as big as a square foot. 300 square meters is about fifty-two by fifty-two feet. Full Answer