2.75 Imperial gallons.
much water per foot will a 5 inch pipe hold
1.47 gallons per foot
I have a intex 24 by 52 and it hold 12,481 gallons of water
A 24-inch diameter cylinder holds 23.5 gallons of water per foot of length/height.
It holds 702 cubic feet.
A two inch pipe can hold 0.1632 gallons per foot. It takes slightly over 6 feet of two inch pipe to hold one gallon of water.
1 and 1/2 gallons
About 0.35 cubic feet or about 2.6 gallons.
1 foot=12 inches so 100x12= 1200 square inches
48x27x19=24624 cubic inches of water or 106.6 gallons of water
A 100-foot hose with an inside diameter of five inches can hold 102 US gallons of water.
A 4 foot 3.5 inch pool noodle can hold aprox. 15 pounds.
volume of water =21 X 14 X40 =11760 inch ^3
A square foot is not going to hold any water, because it's flat. You need a cubic measurements for volume.
It requires 73 gallons of water to fill a 6 inch x 50 foot hose
12 cubic feet
You also need the depth. 8 x 30 inches only tells me the area. the amount of water is volume.
A square foot cannot hold water its 2 dimensional. What you see is what you get . A one cubic foot container can hold 7.48 US gallons of liquid.
If the bottom is flat and level, then 67.32 gallons for every inch that the water is deep.
123.43 US gallons
12 inch =1 foot
None."Cubic inch" is a unit of volume or capacity, as of a bottle or a box. It tells you how much waterthe figure can hold."Square inch" is a unit of area or coverage, as of a sheet of paper or a rug. It tells you how muchthe figure covers of the table-top or floor. No number of square inches can hold any water.