It depends on how deep the water is.
It will take approximately five to six gallons of paint to cover 1659 square feet. The general rule is 300 to 350 square feet out of a gallon of paint.
Approximately seven to eight gallons.
You cannot convert a measure of area (square feet) to a measure of volume (gallons). Gallons is a measure of volume, or of 3 dimensions. You'd need cubic feet (not square feet) to convert it to gallons.
40 square feet * 2 inches = 40*(1/6) = 6.66... cubic ft = 41.5 UK gallons or 49.9 US gallons (approx).
There are no gallons of water in a square foot. Gallons is a unit of volume, and square feet is a unit of area, not volume. If you are asking about cubic feet, however, the answer is there are about 7.5 gallons in a cubic foot.
There would be no water there. Square feet is a measure of area and water only goes into volume.
The 24 gallons of fertilizer covers 43,560 square feet (1 acre). Thus, you would only need about 0.07 gallons (about 9 ounces) to cover 120 square feet.
how many square feet would 1 gallon of water come on at 1 inch deep?
1 to 240
5000 x 1/12 = 416.67 cubic feet At 7.48 gallons per cubic foot, that is 7.48 x 416.67 = 3117 gallons
400/50 = 8