Yes, you can enter this recipe into any homebrew software and it will give you a good idea of what to expect for original and final gravity readings, etc. For kits like this, I would expect an extract efficiency of roughly 65%. Most software assumes 75% but if you are just starting out then 65% is a good starting point that most people will be able to achieve. Also, the apparent attenuation of the yeast is often estimated to be 75%, but in the case of US-05, this is a very attenuative yeast averaging closer to 83%, which means you can generally expect a lower final gravity from it. Also worth mentioning, liquid malt extract often is a little less fermentable than dry malt or actual malt.

So..... with all of this in mind, based on software plus my own experience, I would expect about 1.049 to start, and a finishing gravity of approximately 1.011. This assumes 78% apparent attenuation, which means of the 49 points of original gravity, apparently 78% of that will be fermented and 22% will remain. If you multiply 49 times 0.22, you get 11, which gives 1.011 for expected final gravity (plus or minus a point or two). That's another way to calculate it, just ignore the 1.0 in front and use gravity points.

Hope this helps. Should be a tasty brew.