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stevebrownia
Posted 8/1/2020 13:04 (#8408909 - in reply to #8408122)
Subject: RE: Need help with a syrup trouble


south west iowa
Ok so I always called syrup 9 lbs. to the gal. and water at 8 lbs. to the gal. So if you take the 7300 lbs. per load. 7300 / 8 = 912.5 gal. at water lbs. and 7300 / 9 = 811.111111 gal. at syrup lbs. = 101.388889 gal. diff. So take the 101.388889 gal. * 9 lbs. for syrup lbs. = 912.500001 lbs. So 7300 lbs. for load lbs. - 912.500001 lbs. = 6387.499999 lbs. per load to use with out the water in it? Did I do this right? Thanks Steve.
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