Q: What is the volume of water in a 6 inch water line that is 1700 ft. long?

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Yes. 3+2+6=11. If you divide 11 and 3, your answer is 3r2. You will have two 3 inch sides and one 5 inch side.

The answer depends on the flow rate or the water pressure, not just the pipe size.

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This problem lies with your pipe sizes. If the pipes size of your main line does not equal the supply for demand this will result in the current problem. For example, if your whole house is fed with half inch piping and you open two taps the volume of water has to be shared from the half inch pipe, thus causing a drop in pressure. Whereas if one installed three quarter inch main line "t-ing" off to half inch, because the three quarter inch will hold a higher volume of water when two taps are opened and the water shared, the drop in pressure will be hardly noticeable.

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Yes. 3+2+6=11. If you divide 11 and 3, your answer is 3r2. You will have two 3 inch sides and one 5 inch side.

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The answer depends on the flow rate or the water pressure, not just the pipe size.