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Q: In a ratio of 4 ounces of pesticide to 1 gallon of water how much pesticide is needed to fill a 30 gallon tank?

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1 gallon = 128 fluid ounces 1/50 of a gallon = 2.56 fluid ounces

if you are using gallon container ( for example) a gallon is 128oz . divide the number of ounces of the container by the ratio which is 32:1. so divide 32 into 128oz. the answer is how much oil in ounces is needed for 32:1. that's the way for all ratios.

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Is 1 to 16 .

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1 US gallon = 128 fluid ounces. in a 100 to 1 ratio you would need to add 1.28 fluid ounces.

5.5 ounces to a US Gallon which is 128 ounces. 24 divided into 128 = 5.33

There is a very simple solution to find your ratios. There are 128 ounces in a gallon and since we are always using a ratio of 1 for the gas all you need to do is divide 128 by the gas side of the ratio. The standard ratio seems to be 40 to 1 (40 : 1) gas to oil in which case we divide 128 by 40 and get 3.2. This means you need 3.2 ounces of oil for every gallon of gas. (128 / 40 = 3.2) I am confused as to whether you are asking for a 125 to 1 ratio or are confused and mean a 1 to 25 ratio. Here are a few values for gas mixing. 125 : 1 ratio is 1.024 ounces per gallon of gas 25 : 1 ratio is 5.12 ounces per gallon of gas 50 : 1 ratio is 2.56 ounces per gallon of gas 40 : 1 ratio is 3.20 ounces per gallon of gas

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1 gallon = 128 fluid ounces40 gallons = 5,120 fluid ounces16 fluid ounces / 5,120 fluid ounces = a ratio of 0.003125

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