615,142 gallons of water are needed to fill this cylinder.
It will take 5,104.1 gallons of water to fill this cylinder.
10 gallons of water are needed.
2,005 gallons of water are needed.
Assuming the cylinder's diameter is 3', it will take 21.2 cubic feet.
You can fill a cylinder with gas.
they would both fill up at the same pace/rate
You can run a water displacement test. Where you fill a graduated cylinder with a certain amount of water. Then, drop the penny in and see the difference. And that would be your volume.
use a graduated cylinder and an eye dropper. fill 10ml of the cylinder with water using the eye dropper and count the number of drops to fill it completely. THEN divide the 10ml by the number of drops.
29.45 cubic feet or 183.45 US gallons.
You could measure the inside diameter and height of the bottle and calculate the volume, or simply fill the bottle with water and measure the volume of water required.
cylinder 18 feet diameter x 1.5 feet deep volume = 381 cubic feet