Not sure how to figure this one, so I thought I'd ask:5 gallons of a 1.052 wort with 3 quarts water added = ? gravityThanks

C_{1}V_{1} = C_{2}V_{2}manipulate the equation to isolate the unknown and solveC_{2} = C_{1}V_{1}/V_{2}where C = concentrationV = volume

Quote from: punatic on April 01, 2012, 11:06:11 AMC_{1}V_{1} = C_{2}V_{2}manipulate the equation to isolate the unknown and solveC_{2} = C_{1}V_{1}/V_{2}where C = concentrationV = volumeI get 7.033 when I do this. (1.052*20)/3

Oh, I see what you did euge - you converted gallons to quarts.1.052 is the weight of the wort divided by the weight of water (a ratio)

E=MC^{2} Where E=Every BeerM=MaltC=Citrus Hops

Quote from: tubercle on April 01, 2012, 01:10:36 PME=MC^{2} Where E=Every BeerM=MaltC=Citrus Hops