A gallon of water occupies 1 gallon of space. A gallon is a measure of volume. So this is a trick question. Unless you want it in different units (m^3, in^3) this question makes no sense. You could say it takes up 0.00378541178 meters cubed
A gas takes the shape and volume of container. A liquid takes the shape but not the volume of its container.
It takes 3.785 liters.
No, volume is the amount of space something takes up.
Yes. Matter takes up volume.
One gallon of water takes up 231 cubic inches.
Errrh, would it be a gallon of water?
a gallon or so
It takes 8 pints to make one gallon.
It takes four trees to make one gallon of syrup; if it takes 100 to make 25, that is four trees per gallon.
A gas takes both the shape and volume of its container.
A liquid has a specific volume, and takes on the shape of its container
Yes, they do take same space.
Volume is the space that an object takes up.
There is no standard length of time that it takes for a gallon of water to freeze. The amount of time it takes for a gallon of water to freeze can vary depending upon many different things such as temperature.
length is one dimension. volume takes into account 3 dimensions of distance. these cannot be directly related without further information
This measurement is called volume.
There is a clear relationship between volume and pressure, but it's actually inversely proportional instead of directly proportional. If we apply pressure to a balloon (squeeze it), the volume goes down and the balloon takes up less space. In other words, increasing the pressure decreases the volume. For ideal gasses, it's a completely inverse relationship expressed by Boyle's Law which says that the product of the pressure and volume is always constant. So if one increases, the other has to decrease.
1/5th of a US Gallon. Takes Five fifths to equal 1 gallon.
none that millimeter is a measurement of length the gallon of the space a liquid takes up
The amount of space that an object takes up is known as its volume.Volume is how much space takes up in an object
The volume is changed.
volume takes up space
Volume is the amount of space something takes up.
gases takes the shape and volume of the container