The volume of this pipe is 261.8 cubic feet.
Seven cubic feet is sufficient volume to contain 52.36 US gallons of liquid.
10 feet and 5 inches.
Inch is a length. Cubic inch is a volume. The question is wrong.
See how much the liquid rises. Calculate the change of the volume in the liquid; this is the volume of the submerged object.
None. A square inch has no volume.
Volume = 900 sqft * 1/12 ft = 75 cubic feet.
The volume of the tank is (3 x 3 x 6) = 54 cubic feet = 2 cubic yards = 403.95 gallons.We have no way to know how much liquid may be in it at any given moment.Indeed, that number may change.
(8 feet 27⁄32 inch)
A 100-foot pipe with an inside diameter of 12 inches has a maximum volume of about 78.54 gallons of water.
Volume = (5280)2/12 cubic feet = 2,323,200 cubic feet = 17,378,742.9 gallonsThat's the VOLUME of a 1-inch slab that covers one square mile. There's not enoughinformation given to determine how much water is in it.