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Q: How much water in 100 ft of 4 inch hose?

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65/100 = 65/100.

5 inches equals 500 miles. If you multiply 100 by 5 you must multiply 1 inch by 5.

1 inch (2.54 centimeters/1 inch)(1 meter/100 centimeters) = 0.0254 meters in 1 inch ===================

0.42 = 42/100 = 21/50

There are 12 inches in one foot. Therefore, one foot is equal to 12 x 100 = 1200 hundredths of an inch.

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There need not be any water at all in the hose! The capacity of the hose is 1.67 cubic feet.

A 100-foot hose with an inside diameter of five inches can hold 102 US gallons of water.

As much as you want. But a larger quantity will take longer to pass through the hose.

8.15 gallons

There need not be any water at all in the hose! The capacity of the hose is 3.41 cubic feet.

Would that hose be 5" inside diameter, or outside? If the hose is 5" outside diameter, what it the wall thickness? What makes you think that there is any water in the hose? Maybe the hose is new and never been used. You didn't think about that, did you?

That section of hose holds 25.5 gallons of water when it's full, which weighs about 213 pounds. To that, add the weight of the empty hose, which I don't know.

100 pounds with couplings, 68 without.

Around 943 lbs. Water weighs 8.33 lbs/gal. 5 inch hose holds 1 gal per 1 foot of hose. So 8.33x100 foot is 833 lbs. Add that to the 110 lbs that the hose weighs empty and you have 943 lbs

A 100-foot section of 5-inch hose contains: 102 US gallons.

With couplings, 110 lbs

390.6 lbs

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