How Long Does It Take To Fill A Pool With 2 Hoses
How long would the yard work take if is son was working alone? Meaning it should take 2/3 of an hour to fill the pool with both hoses on.
6a=3 6b=2 6a+6b=3+2 =5 6/5 a + 6/5 b=1 a and b, working together, can fill.
How long does it take to fill a pool with 2 hoses. 3 hours for a to fill a poll, then ②: May 9 '14 at 1:28 | show 4 more comments. A chlorine free water treatment for pools.
If is son helps it will only take 2 hours working together. Basic calculation is easy, but i still want to cheat. How long would it take to fill the pool if both hoses were used simultaneously?
Time = 35 min/job ; 6 hours for both to fill 3 pools. The second hose since it fills the entire pool in two hours, can be said to fill the pool at a rate of 50 parts per hour.
If you get your water from a well fill your pool slowly over 2 to 3 days. H2 takes x hours, so it fills 1/x pool per hour. Answer by josmiceli(19441) (show source):
How long does it take if both garden hoses are used. Try to get 2 or 3 garden hoses to fill the pool faster. So when both hoses are on, they fill the pool at a rate of 150 parts per hour.
The other garden hose can fill the pool in 2 days. A hose can fill a swimming pool in 6 hours. The time would be 2×3/2+3=6/5 minutes proof:
His neighbor has a hose that can fill the pool in 15 hours. Think about filling it on the last day of one billing period and the first day off the next billing period, so the water won’t exceed your limits (at all, or by as much as if it were all in one month). Together, they do 1/6 + 1/x per hour.
One hose can fill a small swimming pool in 65 minutes. With water from one hose, a swimming pool can be filled in 9 hours. Per the question, we have:
For others that are filling a much larger pool it could take multiple days until your pool water has reached capacity. The average garden house delivers around nine gallons per minute. Invert to get rate = 1/35 job/min
Sometimes when you turn on two hoses your pressure goes. At an average of 300 to 600 gallons of water per hour, it will take between 15 and 30 hours to fill a small inground pool. If it takes 30 minutes for the larger hose to fill the swimming pool by itself, how long will it take the smaller hose to fill the pool on its own?
One garden hose can fill the pool in 4 days. 6 hours for a to fill 2 pools. Yes i would do the five bucket test, and putting two hoses in the pool, may or may not speed things up.
How long would it take for each pipe to fill the pool separately? Invert to get rate = 1/65 job/min 2nd hose:: If the pipe of larger diameter is used for four hours and the pipe of smaller diameter for 9 hours, only half of the pool can be filled.
Time how long it takes to fill a 5 gallon bucket with 1 and then 2 hoses. Assuming your water pressure is pumping at 8 gallons per minute (480 gallons per hour) through your outside water hose, it would take 31.25 hours to fill a 15,000 gallon swimming pool. 2 hours for both to fill a pool, then ①:
A second, larger hose used alone can fill the pool in 2 hours. A larger hose can fill the pool in 35 minutes. Rate * time = quantity rate is the amount of the pool that can be filled in one day.
Please fill in all fields! Don’t stop filling mid way, o. It can take 1 2 hours to fill a swimming pool using two pipes.
Joe can complete his yard work in 3 hours by himself. If it takes 45 seconds to fill the 5 gallon bucket, thats 6.6 gallons per minute or 396 gallons per hour. Time is the amount of time it takes to fill the pool quantity is the number of pools that can be filled.
Another hose needs 3 more hours to fill the pool than the two hoses combined. A small inground pool at 12 feet wide and 24 feet long with an average depth of 7 1/2 feet holds 8,900 gallons. The time it take to fill the pool all depends on the flow rate of the water and the size of the pool.
How long will it take to fill the pool using both hoses? To fill 10,000 gallons it would take ~25 hours.