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The volume of a pond 2013-08-14
From Kelly:
I have a pond that measures 335 feet wide, 385 feet long and 18 feet deep with a 4:1 slope on all four side. How do I figure out how many gallons of water this pond will hold?
Answered by Harley Weston.
A path around a pond 2012-11-16
From bailey:
hi there,
A circular pond is surrounded by a path 1 metre wide. The area of the path is 1/4 of the area of the pond.
Find the radius of the pond.

Thanks

Answered by Penny Nom.
The number of points on a line is equivalent to that of a surface 2011-03-24
From Gary:
I I was reading about how the number of points on a line is equivalent to that of a surface. This was done by taking any point on a line then taking alternating digits and making them as points on an x and y axis therefore points on a surface.The problem is as i see it if you just take a line then hold it over a surface you have just put the points on the line in a one to one correspondence with the points directly under it on the surface.Now you have all the rest of the surface which cannot be mapped onto the line since it is already used up.What am i missing?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Digging a pond 2010-08-14
From Jody:
I am digging a pond that is 100' X 60' X 10' deep in the centre. All four sides will have 3-1 slopes on them. How do I calculate how may yards of material will have to be removed?
Answered by Tyler Wood.
The volume of a pond 2008-11-04
From Malcolm:
I am looking for a formula to find the volume of my pond. I know the average surface diameter and the average bottom arc length.(The arc from one bank through a point in the bottom and on to the surface on the other bank. I am not able to get a good measurement of the depth at this time. Can the volume be figured with the known measurements (the cord and the arc)? Thanks: MS
Answered by Harley Weston.
The volume of a triangular shaped pond 2008-04-10
From Bret:
we have a pond that is triangular shape : 130ftx130ftx150ft and is 4ft deep. How can I figure out as to how many gallons of water it will take to fill it up? Thanks for your help :)
Answered by Penny Nom.
How may litres are in my fish pond 2007-03-18
From beryl:
I need to work how may litres in my fish pond. I have measures it in two sections because of it shape. One section is 1600w, 1100L, 540D. the other section is 1060W, 1800L, 380D. Thank you beryl
Answered by Penny Nom.
One boundary of a pond is parabolic in shape. 2006-01-20
From Glenn:
One boundary of a pond is parabolic in shape. The boundary passes through the points A(-20,45), B(40,40) and E(30,35). The equation of the parabola is of the form y=ax2+bx+c. Find the equation of the parabola and the coordinates of the vertex of the parabola. Any assistance you could provide would be greatly appreciated.
Answered by Penny Nom.
How many gallons will it hold? 2005-10-16
From Scott:
I am building a pond and need to convert the cubic dimensions into gallons in order to know what size fountain pump to purchase.

My pond is 1 foot deep x eight feet long x three feet wide.

How many gallons will it hold?

Answered by Penny Nom.
Equivalent sets 2004-03-06
From A student:
If A=(1,2,3,4,...) and B=(5,10,15,20,...), is A equivalent to B. Why or Why not ?
Answered by Penny Nom.
 
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