8 pt = 1 gallon
Pints per hour:
12 pt * 60 min. = 720 pt/hour
720 pt/hour * (1 gal/8 pt) = 90 gal/hour
Therefore, if a swimming pool is filled at a rate of 12 pints per minute, it is equal to 90 gallons per hour.
just under 40,000 gallons
When operating, a nuclear power plant needs about 750,000 gallons of water per minute! When being shut down (as in the case of an emergency) the cooling operation requires about 25,000 gallons per minute.
Depends how deep it is, volume requires 3 dimensions.
it is 17.77, if not, 17.76
Not enough information. need length and width
150,000 gallons of water a second. That is a lot of bath tubs being filled each second!
That will depend on viscosity, which will depend on the substance being pumped.
Based on 1 cubic ft being = 6.2288 Imperial gallons and 4ft x 1.5ft x 1ft = 6 cubic ft then your tank (if filled full) has a capacity of 37 gallons.
With no pressure (that being the P in PSI), it is next to impossible for any liquid, let alone gallons of liquid, to pass through piping at any length.
100 minutes at 1L per second.
1)Write an inequality that will represent how many hours, h, it will take to fill the pond.2)How many whole hours will it take to fill but not overfill the pond?
he has been swimming since he was five