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May 8th, 2012, 04:22 AM   #1
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how much water is required to fill this entire system?

assuming that a city has 400 miles of water pipes and that the average diameter of the pipes is 1 ft., how much water is required to fill this entire system?

answer is 12,408,000 gal.
(what i need is the computations to get that answer thank you! )
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Re: how much water is required to fill this entire system?

Hello, autumnsandsprings!

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Assuming that a city has 400 miles of water pipes and that the average diameter of the pipes is 1 ft.,
how much water is required to fill this entire system?

Answer: 12,408,000 gal.








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Re: how much water is required to fill this entire system?

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Hello, autumnsandsprings!

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Assuming that a city has 400 miles of water pipes and that the average diameter of the pipes is 1 ft.,
how much water is required to fill this entire system?

Answer: 12,408,000 gal.








thank you so much!!
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