Q: What is 6 gal minus 1 gal and 3 qt?

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2 gal 10 qt

That's 18 qt less 7 qt ie 11 qt = 2 gal 3 qt

56I think the answer is: 1gal 3qt3gal 2qt- 1 gal 3 qt-------------1gal 3 qt ( borrow 1gal = 4qt from 3gal and add to 2qt)

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3gal 2qts

1 gallon = 4 quarts → 1 gal 1 qt - 3 qt = (4 qt + 1 qt) - 3 qt = 2 qt 2 qt = 2 ÷ 4 gal = 1/2 gal.

2 gal 10 qt

4 qt = 1 gal8 qt = 2 gal12 qt = 3 gal

2 1/2 gal or 2.5 gal

That's 18 qt less 7 qt ie 11 qt = 2 gal 3 qt

1 gal 2 qt 3 pt + 1 gal 3 qt 7 pt + 1 gal 3 qt 3 pt _______________ 3 gal 8 qt 13 pt = 6 gal 2 qt 1 pt

Well considering that there are 4 qt in 1 gal so your answer is 11 qt .

56I think the answer is: 1gal 3qt3gal 2qt- 1 gal 3 qt-------------1gal 3 qt ( borrow 1gal = 4qt from 3gal and add to 2qt)

21 qt - 11 qt = 10 qt10 qt/4 qt= 2 gal 2 qtFirst convert the amounts into quarts. There are 4 quarts in every gallon. So, for the first amount: (5 x 4) + 1 = 21 qt. For the second amount: (2 x 4) + 3 = 11 qt. Then substitute these values for the ones you were originally going to subtract.So, since 5 gal 1 qt = 21 qt and 2 gas 3 qt = 11 qt, you'll have 21 qt - 11 qt, which equals 10 qt. You can then convert these 10 quarts to gallons. 10gal/4qt = 2 remainder 2; so: 2gal 2qt

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