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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.

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

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Answer: the barrel will hold 9.42 ft³ of water.

A maximum of 957.51 gallons.

1ft = 30.48cm ⇒ 10ft = 304.8cm

The answers is: 15.315 lbs. Cubic Ft Weight (Lbs) 1ft X 1Ft X .375 in <> .375 CF ---------> ? 1ft X 1Ft X 1Ft <> 1 CF ---------> 490 (490*.375)/1= 15.315lbs.

1ft = 12in 1ft3 = 1ft x 1ft x 1ft = 12in x 12in x 12in = 1728in3 => 3.25ft3 = 3.25 x 1728in3 = 5616in3

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Answer: the barrel will hold 9.42 ft³ of water.

998.8 lbs.

generally a 3ft tank is aprox 120L

897.662 gallons in this pond.

The problem is to convert cubic feet to liters. Starting with 1 cu ft = 28.3168 liters 2 ft x 1 ft x 1 ft tank volume = 2 cu ft capacity If tank is only half full that would be 1 cu ft of water which = 28.3168 liters

It depends on the amount of pressure behind it.

1 x 2 x 3 = 6 cubic feet. If filled to the top, there are almost 45 gallons of water in 6 cubic feet. 1 cubic foot holds 7.4 gallons.

16 x 8 x 10 = 1280 cubic inches 1280/231 = 5.54 gallons

1ft = 30.48cm 1cu ft = 1ft x 1ft x 1ft = 30.48cm x 30.48cm x 30.48cm ~= 28317cm3 1 litre = 1000cm3 28317cm3 = 28317 / 1000 litres ~= 28.3 litres

1ft3 of what?

A maximum of 957.51 gallons.

tank volume is based on cubic inches... if the tank is 4ft x 1ft x 1ft.... that is 48 x 12 x12 = 6911 cuin. divide that by 231 cuin/gal and you get approx 29.9 gallons this does not allow for the thickness of the glass or the fact that the tank will not be filled up to the very brim.