Volume from SG and Weight

2. Density & Specific Gravity 2.1) Specific Gravity 2.1.1) SG - General Volume from SG and Weight Easy 1

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What will be the volume of peanut oil expressed in gallon unit, which weighs 4365 grams? Its specific gravity is found to be 0.92

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lb equals 1.25 gallon kg

    Weight of peanut oil in grams = 4365

    Specific gravity of peanut oil = 0.92

    Dividing the weight in gram with the specific gravity will give us the volume in mL. Therefore, the volume is ` 4365 / 0.92 = 4744.57 mL. `

    1 fl. oz. equals 29.57 mL, and 1 gallon equals 128 fl. oz.

    Using dimensional analysis:
    `4744.57 mL × (1 fl. oz.)/(29.57 mL) × (1 gallon)/(128 fl. oz.) `

    Therefore, the answer is 1.25 gallon in gallon unit.

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