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Water flowing through a rectangular drain 2016-01-08
From Tiffany:
the cross section of drain is a rectangle 30 cm wide. If water 3.5 cm deep flows through the drain at a rate of 22 cm/s, how many litres of water will flow through in one minute?
Answered by Penny Nom.
A pipe in a ditch 2011-05-19
From Jim:
How many cubic feet of stone will it take to fill to six inches around a 4 inch pipe in a ditch 128 ft long x 20 in wide?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Comparing flow rates of two pipes 2007-07-14
From Kenneth:
If two water pipes are 3 feet long, but one of them has a 1 foot diameter and the second has a 1 1/2 foot diameter, what simple mathematical method can be used to determine how much faster one pipe can drain water than the other pipe?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Two rate problems 2002-09-30
From Rebecca:
  1. There are two small holes in the bottom of a tub filled with water. If opened, one hole will empty the tub in three hours; the other will empty it in six hours. If both holes are opened at the same time, how long will it take to empty the tub?

  2. An airplane flies 400 miles per hour in calm air. It can cover 900 miles flying with the wind in the same time that it can cover 700 miles against the wind. What is the speed of the wind?

Answered by Penny Nom.
 
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