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# How much water does a 2ft by 1ft by 1ft tank hold?

Updated: 11/3/2022

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This tank contains V = 2ft x 1ft x 1ft = 3ft3.

Alternatively: V = 0.76m x 0.38m x 0.38m = 0.110m3 = 110dm3 = 110 litres.

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