Q: What is the ratio of 60 gallons to 10 gallons?

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It is: 7 to 10

.70x+.10(60)=.60(x+60) let x= number of gallon at 70% .7x+6=.6x+36 .1x=30 x=300

60/100 = 6/10 = 3/5 = 0.6 in decimal

Multiply quarters per minute by 15 to obtain gallons per hour. There are four quarts in a gallon, and 60 minutes in an hour. Multiplying by 60 and dividing by four is the same as multiplying by their ratio: 15.

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10 gallons is less than 6 quarts, because 10 gallons is 40 quarts. There are 4 quarts in a gallon.

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Simplified, it's a ratio of 5 to 2.

60%

It is: 7 to 10

60:24:54 :: 10:4:9

10:6

The non oil injected model 60 hp Yamaha outboard requires a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

There are 7.48 gallons in each cubic foot. Therefore, the volume of a rectangular prism with dimensions 6 feet by 10 feet by 1 foot is 60 cubic feet. Multiplying 60 by 7.48 gives us approximately 448.8 gallons.

The 1970 model, 60 hp Johnson outboard requires a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

The 1971 model, 60 hp Johnson outboard requires a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.