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4 items are filed under this topic.    Page1/1            Amount of Water 2009-02-23 From Jeanette:I received a water bill for 660,000 gal. of water. I don't think it is possible to pass this much water through a 1 1/2 inch pipe in 30 days. Is it possible to send that much water? I am assuming that there is a water pressure of 50 gpm, but I am not sure of that. It is a rural water system.Answered by Janice Cotcher & Robert Dawson.     Related Rates (a water trough) 2007-11-07 From Christina:A rectangular trough is 3ft long , 2ft across the top and 4 ft deep. If water flows in at the rate of 2ft^3/min, how fast is the surface rising when the water is 1 ft deep ?Answered by Stephen La Rocque.     How many gallons per minute? 2007-09-12 From Diane:HI I have a natural water spring and I am trying to determine how many gallons per minute will flow in an 8" pipe? I know one gallon is 231 cubic inches and V=nr2h - so if i had one foot of 8" pipe it would hold 2.6 gallons but I'm looking for the flow rate of how many gallons per minute? Thanks for your help.Answered by Stephen la Rocque.     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.      Page1/1    Math Central is supported by the University of Regina and The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.    about math central :: site map :: links :: notre site français