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Answers:Since 1 meter = 1.093 yards If you take a cube, 1 meter on each side. Each side will be 1.093 That means 1 cubic meter = ( 1.093)^3 cubic yards 1.029 cubic yards = 1.029 /(1.093^3) cubic meters = 0.7881 cubic meters NOTE--The conversion rate given (1 meter = 1.093 yards) is not accurate There are EXACTLY 2.54 cm in 1 inch. Which means there are exactly 0.9144 meters in 1 yard. 1.029 cubic yards would be 1.029*(0.9144^3) =0.7867 cubic meters(rounded to nearest ten-thousandth
Answers:Cement quantity of nominal mix 1:2:4 for 1 cubic meter is 6.36 begs. ( 50 kgs / beg) based on 18 begs / 100 cubic feet. how to calculate it for mix 1:3:6? Assumptions: Loose Cement 1440 Kg/ cubic meter Loose Sand 1525 Kg /cubic meter aggregate avarage 1500 Kg / cubic meter 7 cubic meters of loose mix will give 5 cubic meters of solid concrete. 1:3:6, 1 cubic meter of cement + 3 c.m. of sand + 6 c.m. of aggregate will give 10 cubic meters of loose material. when mixed in a mixture will give 10 x ( 5/7) = 7.143 cubic meters of solid containing 1440 Kg of cement. So 1 cubic meter will have 1440 / 7.143 = 201.59 Kg of cement 201.59 / 50 = 4.03 begs/ cubic meters of 1:3:6 mix
Answers:The above answers assume that your lake has a constant depth; kind of unlikely. If you want to be a clever trousers you might point that out unless this a math problem rather than a science problem.
Answers:1 METER = 39.37 INCHES 1 POUND H2O = 27.7 INCHES (HARD WATER) SO......39.37 INCHES H2O/ 27.7 INCHES = 1.42 POUNDS THUS IF YOUR GAGE MEASURES IN 1/10 PSI INCREMENTS YOU WILL VISUALLY SEE 1.4 PSI READING ON YOUR GAGE AT THE BOTTOM OF A CUBIC METER TANK.. ANSWER; 1.4 PSI FOR A ROUND TANK (HORTEN SPHERE) YOU DO THE MATH AND USE THE HIGHTH OF THE TANK AND THE FORMULA ABOVE TO CALCULATE THE PSI