Hi,

Do you mean circumference or diameter??

The diameter of a 5 foot circle is 5 feet...

otherwise the circumference is 5 X 3.142

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

That would depend on the length of the tank. A very long tank won't have a large diameter, while a short tank will.

Feb 01, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

3/16ths is the diameter. Length could be 2, 5 or 16 feet.

Jan 04, 2017 | Ford Cars & Trucks

A total of 63 linear inches is 5 ft 3 in, or 5.25 linear ft.

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Dec 03, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hi Debbie:

You still get to use your calculator, but you need to use the mathematical formulae dealing with circles.

Area = pi times r squared

Volume of a cylinder = Area (of one end) times length.

For your cement mixer, (Average the diameter for simplicity)

All of the measurements need to be in the same units, lets use inches, then convert it to cubic feet.....

the volume would be:

pi (22 divided by 7)

times

1/2 diameter

times

1/2 diameter

times

depth

For my ancient mixer that would be:

22 / 7 x 10" x 10" x 22" = 6,914 cubic inches

1 cubic foot equals 12" x 12" x 12" equals 1728 cubic inches.

6,914 divided by 1728 equals 4 cubic feet.

Now we don't fill it right up, but that is its capacity.

Hope that helps.

By the way, my mixer likes 10 shovel fulls of navvy, 2 shovels of type 10 cement, and about 2 quarts of water to get a nice mix.

I do the water first,

then 5 navvy

then 2 cement

then another 5 navvy,

then just enough water to get the right consistency.

Cheerfuls!

You still get to use your calculator, but you need to use the mathematical formulae dealing with circles.

Area = pi times r squared

Volume of a cylinder = Area (of one end) times length.

For your cement mixer, (Average the diameter for simplicity)

All of the measurements need to be in the same units, lets use inches, then convert it to cubic feet.....

the volume would be:

pi (22 divided by 7)

times

1/2 diameter

times

1/2 diameter

times

depth

For my ancient mixer that would be:

22 / 7 x 10" x 10" x 22" = 6,914 cubic inches

1 cubic foot equals 12" x 12" x 12" equals 1728 cubic inches.

6,914 divided by 1728 equals 4 cubic feet.

Now we don't fill it right up, but that is its capacity.

Hope that helps.

By the way, my mixer likes 10 shovel fulls of navvy, 2 shovels of type 10 cement, and about 2 quarts of water to get a nice mix.

I do the water first,

then 5 navvy

then 2 cement

then another 5 navvy,

then just enough water to get the right consistency.

Cheerfuls!

May 10, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

138 feet divided by 3.142 equals 43.92 feet diameter

May 02, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

About 1700 cubic feet.

Since you know the circumference, calculate the diameter by dividing it by pi.

Since you know the circumference, calculate the diameter by dividing it by pi.

Feb 17, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Codes typically require that the dryer duct be no more than 25 feet long. It should be 2.5 feet shorter than 25 feet for every 45-degree bend and 5 feet shorter for every 90-degree bend. If the duct is more than 25 feet in length, the system requires a booster fan or a high-output dryer. Ducts should be smooth metal with a minimum diameter of 4". Flexible ducts shouldn't be used, since they collect more lint and can easily be crushed, impeding airflow and potentially starting lint fires. The ducts shouldn't have screws or connectors, which could collect lint, blocking the flow of combustion gases. Backdrafting can occur if the ducts are blocked, sending harmful carbon monoxide back into the home.

Apr 04, 2011 | GE DBL333EA Electric Dryer

Needs replastering but need to lower well head first.

Mar 05, 2010 | Plumbing

cubic feet is the volume of the drum. Volume of a cylinder is diameter squared/2 x depth EG: 2' diameter x2' diameter =4 4/2=2... 2x2(depth)=4cubic feet

Feb 21, 2010 | Dryers

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