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`Wtr = "V" * CWR`

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The **Water Needed for Concrete** formula computes the volume of water needed for a volume (**V**) of concrete.

**INSTRUCTIONS:** Choose units and enter the following:

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**V**) Volume of concrete

**Water for Concrete (Wtr):** The calculator returns the volume of water in gallons. However, this can be automatically converted to compatible units via the pull-down menu.

Concrete mix requires about 3.5 quarts per 80 lb bag (0.6 cubic feet). That's a volume ratio of 0.194950810185185 real

The formula for Water needed for Concrete is:

Wtr = V*CWR

where

- Wtr = Volume of Water
- V = Volume of Concrete
- CWR = Concrete to Water Ratio (0.194950810185185 real)

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