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4 items are filed under this topic.    Page1/1            Cubic feet gas to grams of gas 2009-02-11 From tim:I was trying to convert cubic feet gas to grams of gas. Is there a formula to complete this task?Answered by Robert Dawson.     20 miles of gasoline 2009-01-18 From Roger:I used the volume formula and found that a cylinder with a 3" radius X 8.75" height yields just over 231 cu. in. (one gallon)- doesn't seem right, but that's what I got. Then found the percent that 8.175" is to one foot and multiplied that into the number of feet in 20 miles. I'm not good at math, so I'm starting to lose myself here. The short story is I get a cylinder that is 20 miles long and only .0000387" in diameter. Is this even close to the mark?Answered by Harley Weston.     Gasoline in a cylindrical tank 2005-03-23 From Jennifer:Gasoline is stored in a tank which is a cylinder on its side. Height of fuel is "h" meters and the diameter is "d". The length is "l". I need to find the amount of gas in the tank when the height is h and also to calculate the fraction of how full it is. Also, the part I am really confused on is this one, E(h/d) is the error of the function of h/d, when h/d is used to measure how full the tank is. For what value of h/d is the error maximal? Answered by Penny Nom.     Mixing gas and oil 2002-08-27 From Sherry:how do I calculate the correct fuel ratio for a boat motor? 50:1 the oil containers only say how many ounces to add to 5 gallons of fuel to make a 50:1 ratio.(13 ounces to 5 gallons of fuel) I have a 20 gallon tank so what if I add 11.6 gallons of fuel, what formula would I apply to get the correct measurement of oil to add?Answered by Penny Nom.      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