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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

replace the flashers,they are little round things in the fuse box

Apr 19, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

quite possible that there is 5 liters of water in the pipes between your water heater and the faucet. if this is unacceptible, install an on demand water heater under the kitchen sink

Aug 18, 2014 | Plumbing

Each rounded to nearest Liter:

a.3 546ml = 4

b.2 876ml = 3

c.9 234ml = 9

d.6 127 ml = 6

e.8 750ml = 9

f.9 500ml = 9 (9501ml would round UP to 10)

a.3 546ml = 4

b.2 876ml = 3

c.9 234ml = 9

d.6 127 ml = 6

e.8 750ml = 9

f.9 500ml = 9 (9501ml would round UP to 10)

Jul 23, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

I will assume that the percentage is per volume (20% per volume, 40 per volume.

Let**x **be the number of liters of the 20% solution.

What is the volume of alcohol in x-liters @20%?----->** .2x**

What is the volume of alcohol in the 40 liters of solution @ 50%? Obviously**20 liters.**

**Amount of alcohol in the two solutions =.2x+20**

After you mix the two solutions what is the resulting volume?

Resultant volume=**x+40**

Percentage of alcohol in final solution: 30% or 0.3

**Quantity of alcohol in final solution =.3*(x+40)**

When mixing the two solutions, no alcohol is lost:** The amount of alcohol before mixing is equal to the volume of alcohol after mixing **

** (.2*x+.5*40) =.3*(x+40)**

Solve this equation for x. (Show your work) You get**x=36 Liters. **

Check the result by replacing x in the equation.

Let

What is the volume of alcohol in x-liters @20%?----->

What is the volume of alcohol in the 40 liters of solution @ 50%? Obviously

After you mix the two solutions what is the resulting volume?

Resultant volume=

Percentage of alcohol in final solution: 30% or 0.3

When mixing the two solutions, no alcohol is lost:

Solve this equation for x. (Show your work) You get

Check the result by replacing x in the equation.

Nov 12, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

The milligram is the 1/1000 part of a gram. The gram (g) is a unit of quantity of substance or mass.

The milliliter (or millilitre) is the 1/1000 part of a liter (or litre). The liter is a unit of capacity (or volume).

In truth you cannot compare units of mass and units of volume because each unit measures mass and the other volume. Similarly people express distance (kilometers, or miles) in minutes or hours. How far is the store? Instead of saying 10 or 20 miles they would say half an hour. Well half an hour of driving in the city cover a lot less distance than half an hour on the highway or half an hour for the bullet train.

**When you are talking about water in its liquid state (not vapor nor ice) at a temperature of about 4 degrees Celsius, 1 gram of water occupies 1 cm^3 or 1 mL**. So 1/1000 of a gram of liquid water occupies 1/1000 of a milliliter or 1/1000 000 of a liter.

A volume of 5 mL of liquid water has a mass of 5 g or 5 000 mg.

The milliliter (or millilitre) is the 1/1000 part of a liter (or litre). The liter is a unit of capacity (or volume).

In truth you cannot compare units of mass and units of volume because each unit measures mass and the other volume. Similarly people express distance (kilometers, or miles) in minutes or hours. How far is the store? Instead of saying 10 or 20 miles they would say half an hour. Well half an hour of driving in the city cover a lot less distance than half an hour on the highway or half an hour for the bullet train.

A volume of 5 mL of liquid water has a mass of 5 g or 5 000 mg.

Oct 25, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

pull the plugs out...add water

Jan 04, 2013 | Motorcycles

Aug 07, 2011 | Computers & Internet

Round up is currently offered in a few variations. If you have the "Spray and GO" or the "Spray and Go" refill product do not add water. The ratio is already correct. Likewise for the "Redy-to-Use Plus", do not add water.

If you have the "Weed and Grass Killer Concentrate Plus", the ratio is 3oz/gallon water. 3 liters of water=0.79 gallons so use 2.4 oz of this type of Round Up.

If you have the "Weed and Grass Killer Super Concentrate", the ratio is 1.5oz/gallon water so you would use 1.2 oz of product mixed into 3 liters of water.

If you have a different product and just need to work out the conversion from gallons to liters, 1 gallon=3.78 liters.

Hope this helps.

If you have the "Weed and Grass Killer Concentrate Plus", the ratio is 3oz/gallon water. 3 liters of water=0.79 gallons so use 2.4 oz of this type of Round Up.

If you have the "Weed and Grass Killer Super Concentrate", the ratio is 1.5oz/gallon water so you would use 1.2 oz of product mixed into 3 liters of water.

If you have a different product and just need to work out the conversion from gallons to liters, 1 gallon=3.78 liters.

Hope this helps.

Dec 31, 2010 | Roundup "" Weed & Grass Killer

you've got a possible blockage in the head or block.

Oct 03, 2009 | 1990 Toyota Corolla

Use the info on the back of the Round Up container. It will tell you how to mix it. If you want it a little stronger, just use a little more than recommended by the instructions.

Jul 13, 2009 | Roundup "" Weed & Grass Killer

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