# one for the scientists

How many oz of gasoline in 100 cu in of space?
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RB wrote:

55.4 oz
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RB writes:

Google "100 cu in to oz"
100 (cu in) = 55.4112552 US fluid ounces
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Fluid ounces or weight? If weight, what is the specific gravity for the gasoline in question.
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Joseph E. Meehan

26 + 6 = 1 It's Irish Math
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You're right--Without doing the math, previous answers probably assumed water. If I remember right, approx SG of gasoline is about .69. Therefore the answer to the question would be = (0.69*54.4) oz. MLD
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one for the search engine.
randy

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