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it usally rounds up two 1,500 pennies

Q: How many pennies can you put into an empty 1 gal bottle?

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Roughly $320 worth, that's 32,000 pennies.

$180.00 dollars $140 - assuming you start with an empty tank and finish with an empty tank.

1.5 qt x 1 gal / 4 qt x 231 cu in / gal x 2.543 cm3 / cu in = 1420 cm3

Fill up the 13 gal container and use this to fill up the 5 gal container. Empty the remaining 8 gal into the 24 gal container. Repeat the same process and empty the contents into the 11 gal container. Repeat the same process and you should result in 3 containers with 8 gallons each and a full 5 gal container.

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Roughly $320 worth, that's 32,000 pennies.

$180.00 dollars $140 - assuming you start with an empty tank and finish with an empty tank.

about 900lbs empty

1.5 qt x 1 gal / 4 qt x 231 cu in / gal x 2.543 cm3 / cu in = 1420 cm3

Fill the 5 gallon can Empty it into the 3 gallon can....you now have 2 gallons left in the 5 gallon can Empty the 3 gallon can Pour the 2 gallons from the 5 gallon can into the 3 gallon can. Fill the 5 gallon can Pour water from the 5 gallon can into the 3 gallon can until it is full....that will take a further gallon. You now have 4 gallons left in the 5 gallon can. Empty 1 of the 5 gallons. (But how do you know when you have emptied 1 gal???) You fill the 3 gal can and then tip it into the 5 gal can. The fill the 3 gal can again and tip some into the 5 gal can until the 5 gal can is full, you should now have 1 gal in the 3 gal can. Now empty the 5 gal can and put the 1 gal (from the 3 gal can) into the 5 gal can. Fill the 3 gal can again and add that to the 1 gal that is in the 5 gal can. You now have 4 gals in the 5 gal can!

it depends on how much gas you got if its empty empty it should take up at least 18-19 gal.

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There is a fair amount of variation, but the standard small 16.4oz (1 lb) propane cylinder usually weighs just about a pound when empty (Tare weight, or the weight of the container itself). It is then usually charged with 16oz (by weight) of liquid propane for a total of around 32iz (2 lb).In SummaryTare Weight: 16oz (weight of the container/bottle)Net Weight: 16oz (weight of the liquid propane fuel)Gross Weight 32oz (weight of a full bottle)or in more practical terms, the closer your bottle is to weighing 1 lb, the closer you are to empty.

10 gal i have a 1977 datsun 280z 2+2 and at $3.21 a gal it takes 40 from empty

Fill the 4 gal bucket and empty it into the 7 gal bucket. Fill the 4 gal bucket and then fill the 7 gal bucket from the 4 gal. This leaves 1 Gallon in the 4 gallon bucket. Empty the 7 gallon bucket and pour the gallon from the 4 gal lbucket into it. Fill the 4 gal bucket and pour it into the 7 gal bucket. You then have 5 gallons in the 7 gallon bucket.

12 gal

Fill up the 13 gal container and use this to fill up the 5 gal container. Empty the remaining 8 gal into the 24 gal container. Repeat the same process and empty the contents into the 11 gal container. Repeat the same process and you should result in 3 containers with 8 gallons each and a full 5 gal container.