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Q: If a 90.5 inch pipe is use how many 3.75 inch pieces will be able to cut?

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It depends on how long the pipe is. 4" diameter is just the 2 dimensional measurement, therefore you would not be able to determine the volume of that pipe.

0.3672 gallon per foot of pipe.

A piece of pipe is 303/4 inches long. If five pieces, each 41/3 inches long, are cut from the pipe, how many inches of pipe remain?

5,600 cubic inches.

You multiply the radius of the circle 0.5 (radius of a 1 inch pipe) by 3.14(pi) by the height of the pipe 12 inches which gives you 18.84ozs.

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2 1/4 inch is 9/4 inch long pieces, so if pipe is 36 in long then 36/divided by 9/4 is 36 times 4/9 = 16 pieces

Every time! lol Seriously a 10-inch pipe is 5/4 of an 8-inch pipe

It depends on how long the pipe is. 4" diameter is just the 2 dimensional measurement, therefore you would not be able to determine the volume of that pipe.

16

Volume of the pipe = 4.896 gallons

That depends on how long the pipe is.

A 192 inch pipe is cut into two pieces. One piece is three times the length of the other. Find the length of the short piece

10 pieces

The answer will depend on whether it is a 2 inch pipe or a 2 cm pipe or a 2 foot pipe or whatever.The answer will depend on whether it is a 2 inch pipe or a 2 cm pipe or a 2 foot pipe or whatever.The answer will depend on whether it is a 2 inch pipe or a 2 cm pipe or a 2 foot pipe or whatever.The answer will depend on whether it is a 2 inch pipe or a 2 cm pipe or a 2 foot pipe or whatever.

0.3672 gallon per foot of pipe.

A piece of pipe is 303/4 inches long. If five pieces, each 41/3 inches long, are cut from the pipe, how many inches of pipe remain?

The answer depends on the cross section of the pipe and its length.