The GCF is 10x4.
179 You multiply first then subtract
Binomial. Binomial. Binomial. Binomial.
30x1=30 30x2=60 30x3=90 30x4=120 30x5=150 30x6=180 30x7=210 30x8=240 30x9=270 30x10=300
30x1= 30 30x2= 60 30x3= 90 30x4= 120 30x5= 150 30x6= 180 30x7= 210 30x8= 230 30x9= 270 30x10= 300 30x11= 330 30x12= 360 UR WELCOME!
This is a really fiendish problem, but we may have outsmarted it.Ordinarily, the dimensions of the pool wouldn't matter, because the pressure onlydepends on the depth of the water ... you always find the same pressure at thesame depth below the surface, whether you're in a pond, a lake, a bathtub, anocean, or a swimming pool. So our first instinct was to calculate the pressure at6-ft down, since your pool is 6-ft deep.But wait! Why is the quantity of water given ? Could it be that the pool is notcompletely full and sloshing over the rim ?Volume of the full pool = (12 x 30 x 6) = 2,160 cubic feet = 16,157.9 gallons.Ah hah! The pool is not full!Those 11,500 gallons fill it to only (11,500/16,157.9) x (6-ft) = 4.2704 feet. (rounded)The pressure under 4.2704-ft of water is 1.841 psi(rounded)(Using 5 psi = 11.6 ft of water, which we found somewhere on the www.)