If water flows at 20ft^3/sec and there are 7.5 gallon is a cubic foot, how many minutes will it take to fill a 75,000 gallon tank?

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If water flows at 20ft^3/sec and there are 7.5 gallon is a cubic foot, how many minutes will it take to fill a 75,000 gallon tank?

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7.5g / xg = 1ft^3/20ft^3 x = 150 150g/75000g = 20ft^3/yft^3 Solve for y
im in a timed quiz
i dont have the time to slove for y can u help me out pls

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im working on other problems
Well, I get y = 100, but it doesn't seem right because that would mean 100 seconds and converted to minutes would be 1 min 40 secs so something is off I think.
my options are 4, 5000, 50, 8.5
Okay, let me try again, I just notices something I overlooked before
i have like 5 mins like can you please help me
8.3 min
Was it 8.3 or 8.5?
thanks you so much. you are definately a hero
If there are four quarts in a gallon and six gallons in a tank and I drive 20 miles on a gallon, how far can I drive on 12 quarts? can you look at that quickly i think i know the answer just want to make sure
hahaha i posted the same question sorry
If there are four quarts in a gallon and six gallons in a tank and I drive 20 miles on a gallon, how far can I drive on 12 quarts?
never mind this is the right question can you look at it quickly
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Thanks for leaving me hanging
I think it was 60 miles instead of 50. Sorry, I was rushing to try to help you.

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