Estimate the reynolds number of the flow, Chemistry

Natural Gas is flowing through a 10 inch schedule 40 pipe.  The gas is at 109°F and 7.3 psig.  The outside air temperature is 92°F.  If the flow rate of the gas is 8,000 SCFM:

a)  What is the flow rate in lb/hr?

b)  Estimate the Reynolds number of the flow

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