tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3776665703590564248.post631674185573130619..comments2020-01-07T18:51:34.485-05:00Comments on Return To Excellence: Fuel Mixture QuizReturnToExcellence.nethttp://www.blogger.com/profile/18149859814999976879noreply@blogger.comBlogger10125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3776665703590564248.post-81901523221887548192019-11-04T19:05:05.505-05:002019-11-04T19:05:05.505-05:00You are going about the problem the right way but ...You are going about the problem the right way but some of your arithmetic is faulty. The key is to recognize that a quart is a quarter of a gallon so divide the 1/2 pint of oil by four & the gallon of gasoline by four & you have the number of pints per quart. Convert to ounces of oil after doing this calculation to give ounces of oil per quart of gasoline. Work it from there & you have it. Give it a try with this info & then I will send the solution – but you may not need it after this.RTEnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3776665703590564248.post-56810823838082307102019-11-04T19:03:11.321-05:002019-11-04T19:03:11.321-05:00I came up with 1 oz, oil, 31 oz. Gas.
I calculat...I came up with 1 oz, oil, 31 oz. Gas. <br /><br />I calculated number of ounces in the gallon and quart, and based on that, use 1/8 of 8 oz. of oil for the quart, and 25% of fuel amount used for a gallon. rounded off allowing for gunk. I cant find my original scribbling for this, just remember the percentages. Send me your calculations to compare.EWnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3776665703590564248.post-49806109455461079082019-10-29T23:20:55.675-04:002019-10-29T23:20:55.675-04:001 gal. = 128 oz. : 4, = 32 oz. Per qt.
½ pt. = 8 ...1 gal. = 128 oz. : 4, = 32 oz. Per qt.<br /><br />½ pt. = 8 oz. , per gal., : 4 = 2 oz oil, per 1 qt. of fuel<br /><br />If right gives a ratio of 16 / 1 ?<br /><br />JRnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3776665703590564248.post-80048205312443069582019-10-29T19:49:11.416-04:002019-10-29T19:49:11.416-04:00Everything you wrote was correct except the 2.25 o...Everything you wrote was correct except the 2.25 oz per quart. You did not state how many oz are in a quart? Apply that to the 16/1 ratio. Check your arithmetic & you have got it.RTEnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3776665703590564248.post-22889158533833820432019-10-29T19:47:44.502-04:002019-10-29T19:47:44.502-04:00Good quiz - let’s see if I learned anything
1 gal...Good quiz - let’s see if I learned anything<br /><br />1 gal. = 128 oz.<br /><br />½ pt. = 8 oz. , 128 oz : 8 oz., = 2.25 oz per quart.<br /><br />If right gives a ratio of 16 / 1 <br /><br />JRnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3776665703590564248.post-22397188958402304242019-10-28T23:47:07.044-04:002019-10-28T23:47:07.044-04:00Doug, here's my solution:
1 gallon = 8 pints,...Doug, here's my solution:<br /><br />1 gallon = 8 pints, so for 8 pints of gasoline 1/2 pint of oil is added<br /><br />Similarly, 1 Quart = 2 pints = 2/8 gals =1/4 gals of gasoline and this amount will need 1/2 x 1/4 = 1/8 pint of oil.<br /><br />1 pint = 16 fl. oz., therefore 1 Quart of gasoline needs 16/8 = 2 fl. oz. of oil.<br />PBnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3776665703590564248.post-20450452309329468772019-10-28T23:44:03.382-04:002019-10-28T23:44:03.382-04:00I see what you did. You took the ratio of oil &am...I see what you did. You took the ratio of oil & gasoline & proportioned it for a quart total. The question was “how many fluid ounces of oil should be added to each quart of gasoline for this generator” meaning that the total mixture would be larger than a quart. <br /> <br />When I get fuel for my snow blower I put one oz. of oil in an empty can & take it to the gas station to have them put in exactly one gallon of gasoline so the can holds 1 gal of gasoline + 1 oz. of oil. I added one oz. of oil for a gal of gasoline per the instructions for my snow blower. I worked this problem like it was my snow blower.<br /> <br />1/4 of a gal = 1 quart & 1/4 of 0.5 pint = 0.125 pint or one eight of a pint<br /> <br />There are 16 oz. in a pint or two oz. in an eighth of a pint so you add 2 oz. of oil for a quart of gasoline.<br /> <br />I give you an “A” instead of your usual “A+” – great job as always.<br />RTEnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3776665703590564248.post-86882319346889003752019-10-28T23:39:49.163-04:002019-10-28T23:39:49.163-04:00Hi Doug - I did the math on this quiz and if i am ...Hi Doug - I did the math on this quiz and if i am reading it right you need 16 parts gasoline for each one part oil. 1 gallon to 1/2 pint which works out to 128 ounces to 8 ounces or 1/16th.Once this equation is identified i just did the math and came up with the following answer. Not sure how far you wanted me to carry out the decimal points but i stopped at 4.<br /><br />answer = 30.1175 ounces of Gasoline and 1.8825 ounces of oil.<br />HowKnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3776665703590564248.post-51917110098132971682019-10-27T23:21:27.299-04:002019-10-27T23:21:27.299-04:00Congrats - the first to get it right.Congrats - the first to get it right.RTEnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3776665703590564248.post-22096671424227986412019-10-27T23:20:27.243-04:002019-10-27T23:20:27.243-04:00Doug: Answer 2oz
½ pint oil =8oz
Gal gas=128oz
...Doug: Answer 2oz<br /><br />½ pint oil =8oz<br /><br />Gal gas=128oz<br /><br />8 divided 128= 16<br /><br />1oz oil for every 16oz of gas <br /><br />2oz for 1quart (1quart=32oz)<br /><br />StSnoreply@blogger.com