You MUST state what units are the measurements in - millimetres, inches, feet, or what.
There is 1440 cubic feet in a container that big.==================================Another contributor pounced on that answer:Whoops ! 1440 is a correct number ... for cubic inches, not cubic feet.(1,440 cubic inches) / (1,728 cubic inches per cubic foot) = 5/6 cubic foot = 0.8333
5200 cubic feet
If the container is 1 inch deep, the area is 1 square foot.
There are 14.93 cubic feet in a 96-dry gallon container.
That's going to depend on the shape of the container, especially on how much 'real estate' the base of the container covers. For discussion, imagine that the container is a square fish tank, and the four walls go straight up from the four sides of the square base. -- If the base of the tank covers 64 square feet and it holds 64 cubic feet, then the water in it is 1 foot deep. -- If the base of the tank covers 1 acre and it holds 64 cubic feet, then the water in it is 0.0176 inch deep. -- If the base of the tank covers 1 square inch and it holds 64 cubic feet, then the water in it is 9,216 feet (1.745 mile) deep.
approximately 2400 cubic feet
Assuming the container is full at 1500 liters, the container's volume in cubic feet will be about 53 cubic feet (52.9720005, more precisely).
20 cubic feet is equivalent to 0.57 cubic meters.
500 gallons is 66.84 cubic feet.
There are: 4*4*6 = 96 cubic feet
75 US gallons of water equates to 10.03 cubic feet.