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# Tag Archives: practice problems

## Test Your Knowledge – Percent Removal

Now that you have read the post, Percent Removal, try working the following practice problems on your own. Last month, you distributed 45,455,000 gallons of water, but city hall only billed for 39,422,500 gallons. What is your monthly percent water loss? … Continue reading

Posted in Educational Tools, Tim Ricketts
Tagged drinking water, equation, math, percent removal, practice problems, treatment, wastewater
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## Test Your Knowledge – Bleach Disinfection

Now that you have read the post Bleach Disinfection, try working the following practice problems on your own. How many gallons of bleach at 5.25 percent will be needed to disinfect a 12-inch pipeline that is 3,000 feet long? Use … Continue reading

Posted in Clayton Getz, Educational Tools
Tagged bleach, calculations, disinfection, gallons, math, practice problems, specific gravity
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## Test Your Knowledge – Calculating Flow Into a Lift Station

Now that you have read the post Calculating Flow into a Lift Station, try your hand at the following practice problems. A lift station is 65 feet deep with a diameter of 27 feet. The influent flow causes the water … Continue reading

Posted in Educational Tools, Tim Ricketts
Tagged calculations, flow, lift station, math, overflow, practice problems, volume
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## The Road to Certification

Very often in life, we all have choices to make. Even the smallest of decisions can be complicated or seem overwhelming. Sometimes everyday life can come at you like a whirlwind and create chaos that will last for what seems … Continue reading

Posted in Educational Tools, George Haynes
Tagged application, certification, communication, drinking water, exam, license, math, operators, practice problems, preparation, solid waste, training, wastewater

## Test Your Knowledge – Calculating Volume

Now that you have read the post Calculating Volume, try your hand at the following practice problems. Calculate the volume of a tank with a length of 100 feet, width of 42 feet, and a depth of 21 feet. What … Continue reading

Posted in Educational Tools, George Haynes
Tagged calculations, math, practice problems, volume
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