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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by walker-talker, May 31, 2005.
That's it in a nutshell.....anybody know?
Im coming up with .2549 gallon. The formula is Pi x radius squared time the height (length). Used a program to convert from Cubic Inches to gallons).
1 quart huh?? in 300' of hose? If indeed your formula is correct you need to use consistent values i.e. inches not feet and inches.
I used your formula and came up with 3.055 gallons.
I would GUESS it's closer to 2.549 gallons, I think you got your decimal point in the wrong place.
But then again I'm just guessing.
That formula was correct and my figure was correct.
I just realized how rude my first posts read...didn't mean anything by it! Sorry!
Correct. 3600" not 300'. The answer is 3.06 gallons
Thanks for the help, 3 gallons sound about right.
Nothing like a good math problem for the day!
don't forget about how much is in the interconnecting hoses and the pump
All I know, is it's HEAVY! You take approx. 24 pounds, and have it dragging on the ground in a loop, and it's for the birds. Never again, man.