An aquarium with a capacity of 5.2 US gallons has a volume of 1,201.2 cubic inches.
The aquarium would have a volume of 2200 cubic inches. One cubic inch is 0.0043290 liquid gallons, so 2200*0.0043290 = 9.52381 gallons.
The volume of that space is (30 x 30 x 25) = 22,500 cubic inches = 97.4 gallons. (rounded)
In a rectangular aquarium, multiply the length, width, and height in inches and then divide the answer by 231 to get the amount of gallons the tank can hold.
Any container 30 inches long 13 inches wide and 13 inches high has a volume of 22 gallons
Measure the three dimensions of the aquarium (x, Y, Z) in inches. Now multiply X times Y times Z in order to get the volume in cubic inches. Then multiply this number by 0.004329 in order to convert cubic inches to US gallons. To get the true number of gallons remember to take into account the thickness of the glass, and the trim. In summary: volume of an aquarium = (X * Y * Z in inches)(0.004329)
Assuming we are talking about a common rectangular aquarium. (Length of tank in inches) x (Width of tank in inches) x (Depth of tank in inches) = Volume of the tank in cubic inches Volume/231 = Gallons in tank Please keep in mind that rocks, plants, fish, and decorations reduce the volume of the tank somewhat.
Volume: 30*15*12 = 5,400 cubic feet
You can not do that ! -Inches is linear, gallons is volume . They do not compare.
The volume is 8,460.27 US gallons.
-- Measure the length, width, and height of the aquarium, in inches. -- Multiply (length) x (width). -- Multiply that result by (height). -- Divide that result by 231. -- Now you have the capacity in gallons, up to the rim.
You need three dimensions to determine volume: depth, length and width.