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Diameter is a length measurement. Cubic inches is a volume measurement. Diameter cannot be measured in or converted to cubic inches.

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A cylinder with a diameter of 19 inches and a height of 12 inches can hold up to 14.73 gallons of water.

244.78 gallons

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0.61 * d2 Where d is the diameter of the pipe in inches.

In terms of volume: infinite - there is no limit to how long the pipe can be!

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A cylinder with a diameter of 19 inches and a height of 12 inches can hold up to 14.73 gallons of water.

489.76 gallons of water.

I think a water balloon can be tossed if the water balloon is filled lightly. If the water balloon is filled heavily it might break before someone catches it. Also I did this before and I measured it and it was 74 feet and 5 inches exactly!

A cylinder 50 feet in height and 6 inches in diameter can hold up to 73.44 gallons of water.

74.42 gallons.

It can grow to be 6 to 12 inches in diameter

I assume you mean 1 and 3/4 inches in diameter. Therefore your cross-sectional area of your hose is pi/4*diameter. You can either leave your diameter in inches or convert it to feet. If you choose to leave you number in inches then you convert 100 ft to 1200 in and multiple 1200*cross-sectional area to get the cubic inches water in the hose. If you choose to convert your diameter to feet then just multiply 100 ft times cross-sectional area to get the cubic ft of water in the hose.

Generally, hot water pipe diameters are 22mm or 0.866 inches

If 24 inches is the diameter, there are 141,004 gallons of water. If 24 inches is the radius, there are 564,018 gallons of water.

A pipe that is 30 inches in diameter and 12 feet long has a volume of: 440.6 US gallons of water.

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The diameter of the lower radiator is 1 1/2 inches on the radiator side, the water pump diameter is 1 3/4 inches. The hose has 2 different size ends.