Math question

If this keeps up, my name will be mud.

Mar 07, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

It is about 105 pounds per dry cubic yard (depends on what kind of dirt and rock content and so on), so do the math please.

Nov 16, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

I turn cruise control off in the rain. It wants to maintain your set speed no matter what the road conditions, like puddles.

Feb 26, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

Hello,

I will give you some hints, and indications. You do the Math.

You have a certain volume of dirt that has to be moved. For that you use a pale the volume of which you do not know right now, but can calculate.

The final question is: How many time do you have to scoop with the pale to move the volume of dirt.

Answer: The number of times I have to fill the pale is equal to the Total volume of dirt divided by the as yet unknown volume of the pale.

As you can see we cannot proceed further until we find the volume of the pale.

**Volume of pale **

Solid Shape? Cylinder (its base is circular)

Volume of a cylinder: Area of the circular base times the height (10inc.)

To calculate the volume I need the area of the circular base.

Area of the base =Pi* square of radius = Pi *(6)^2 in^2 (do not forget the units)

Volume of pale = Pi* (6^2)*10 in^2 * in =Pi*10*6^2 cubic inches.

Number of times one has to scoop.

**Number = Volume of dirt / volume of pale**

You cannot proceed further until you correct the error in the data. As you can see, when you calculate the volume of the pale the unit is cubic inches. However, your question states 5600 cubic of dirt.

Do you see what is missing?

Now you are on your own. Good sailing.

I will give you some hints, and indications. You do the Math.

You have a certain volume of dirt that has to be moved. For that you use a pale the volume of which you do not know right now, but can calculate.

The final question is: How many time do you have to scoop with the pale to move the volume of dirt.

Answer: The number of times I have to fill the pale is equal to the Total volume of dirt divided by the as yet unknown volume of the pale.

As you can see we cannot proceed further until we find the volume of the pale.

Solid Shape? Cylinder (its base is circular)

Volume of a cylinder: Area of the circular base times the height (10inc.)

To calculate the volume I need the area of the circular base.

Area of the base =Pi* square of radius = Pi *(6)^2 in^2 (do not forget the units)

Volume of pale = Pi* (6^2)*10 in^2 * in =Pi*10*6^2 cubic inches.

Number of times one has to scoop.

You cannot proceed further until you correct the error in the data. As you can see, when you calculate the volume of the pale the unit is cubic inches. However, your question states 5600 cubic of dirt.

Do you see what is missing?

Now you are on your own. Good sailing.

Nov 01, 2009 | The Learning Company Achieve! Math &...

Did you use a trash plate? If not you have something stuck in the pipes and need to use an air compressor and blow from pump with main closed. Debris should shoot out!

Sep 25, 2009 | Hayward SAND FILTER, PRO SERIES

Many cars do have drain holes that are along the rain wells, or where the rain flows down around the lip of the trunk. If you pop open the trunk, look along the lip of the trunk for what appears to be craters or indentations along this trail. You may have to run your finger along the rim to find them. Many times they fill with dirt, or other debris and get plugged. This happened to me and I had someone blow them clear with an air hose.

Mar 04, 2009 | 1997 Chrysler Sebring

First, you need to get the probability of the two events - not enough rain and enough rain.

The probability of not enough rain is 1 less the probability of enough rain.

Supposing that the probability of not enough rain is 0.70, then the probability of enough rain is 0.30.

Therefore to get the profit per acre, you multiply these probabilities with their profits per acre. Hence,

$4000 * 0.30 + $1600 * 0.70 = $2,320 is the average profit per acre.

The above method uses the mathematics principle of the weighted expected returns.

I hope this helps.

The probability of not enough rain is 1 less the probability of enough rain.

Supposing that the probability of not enough rain is 0.70, then the probability of enough rain is 0.30.

Therefore to get the profit per acre, you multiply these probabilities with their profits per acre. Hence,

$4000 * 0.30 + $1600 * 0.70 = $2,320 is the average profit per acre.

The above method uses the mathematics principle of the weighted expected returns.

I hope this helps.

Oct 09, 2008 | The Learning Company Achieve! Math &...

The sparks may be from the carbon brushes in the motor. Bagless vacuums do not filter dirt out as well as a bag does so dirt and grit gets sucked into the motor. Filters should be cleaned frequently and replaced at least once a year. If the filter gets clogged the motor can overheat. If you got two years out of a $39 vacuum you did well. Many people are lucky to get a year.

Mar 24, 2017 | Dirt Devil Vacuums

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