Use the formula for a cylinder to calculate the volume. This volume will be in cubic feet; you can then convert that to gallons.
280 gallons of water.
36.7 gallons or 4.9 cubic feet.
45.9 US gallons.
This tank can hold up to 366.545 gallons.
A 14-inch inside diameter pipe 120 feet long has a volume of 18,472.56 cubic feet or 138,184.34 gallons.
The volume is 21.24 cubic feet or 158.86 gallons.
A cylinder that is 18 feet long and has an inside diameter of 4 feet has a volume of about 1,692 US gallons of water.
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2,005 gallons of water are needed.
10 gallons of water are needed.
A four-foot diameter pipe that is five feet long has a volume of 470 gallons.
It is difficult to determine the capacity of a container without all of the parameters. However, a container that is six feet and diameter, three feet long, and three feet deep will hold about 264 gallons of liquid.
Convert everything to feet, then use the formula for the volume of a cylinder. Since the answer will be in cubic feet, you'll then have to convert it to gallons.
There are 907.9202769 feet2 of water, but you will have to convert that into gallons.
a 4 feet diameter tank holds 94 gallons/foot. Therefore 94 x 3 =282 gallons
It will take 5,104.1 gallons of water to fill this cylinder.
8.8 gallons of water.
615,142 gallons of water are needed to fill this cylinder.
846 gallons of water for a cylinder 24 feet in diameter and three inches deep/long.
There are about 916.5 gallons of water in a pool that is 13 feet in diameter and 3 feet in depth. This is because it has a volume of about 122.5 cubic feet, and there are about 7.48 gallons of water in one cubic foot.
A 1.25-foot diameter by 525-foot long pipe will hold up to 4,819.5 US gallons of water.
29,610.94 gallons (rounded)