A big Thank you to everyone who predicated in the last math problem!!!
WOW you folks did a great job…..
The Idea behind these math problems is so we can
Use a metal yardstick to measure how many pounds of honey we have per 1" by measuring the honey elevation.
Then we can determine how many containers we will need.
This Item is in the shape of a funnel called a volcanic reservoir that fills honey containers as they travel down a conveyor.
This link will give you an idea of a ((similar shape )).
New math problem,
This is all one piece reservoir, the Bottom base inside measurement 6” inches and
1” inch high, it then expands out in the shape of a funnel 35” inches high.
And the top inside measures 30 ˝” inches wide.
The question is how many pounds of honey per 1”inch??
Thank you for your help..