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The answer depends on whether or not the tank has a geometric shape. If it has a shape that can be broken up into simply geometric shapes, each with a volume formula, you can calculate the volume of each section and add them together. Obviously that will not work with a random shape. In that case, you can fill the tank to capacity and then empty it out into measuring jars or flasks. Use the volume of the jars to calculate the volume of the tank.

There is no formula for finding the volume of an irregular solid. One method is water displacement which works as follows: Fill a graduated container with water and read off the volume of water. Then you submerge the irregular shaped solid in the water and measure the volume inside the container again. The difference between the two levels is the volume of the solid. This clearly cannot work for solids that are soluble in water. Other fluids may have to be used in such cases. Also, it will not work if the solid floats on water, but in that case you can submerge it using additional weights (whose volume you have measured).

> Best work with cubic feet, first calculate the volume of the tank in cubic feet: = Length * width * height (all dimensions in feet) Then : For US gallons, multiply volume (cubic feet) by 7.4805 For UK gallons, multiply volume (cubic feet) by 6.2288

The formula for volume is Length x Width x Height.

Divide the tank down into its componant shapes; rectangles and triangles. Calculate the volume of each section, and the add them together.

If you refer to a copper coin, simply place it in a measuring glass of water and work out the difference between the start and final volumes; that is the volume of the coin.

volume after anchor was in water minus volume of water without anchor in it = the volume of the anchor

You replace the radius in the formula, and do the calculations, to obtain either the volume or the area, depending on what formula you are talking about.

Water displacement works by calculating the volume of water displaced by submerging an object. This volume corresponds to the volume of the object that was submerged.

Please turn the volume down a bit.Work out the volume of the water in the container.

If the oval tank is standing with the water level parallel to the oval bottom then the surface area of the oval times the water depth is the volume. V = A x h Oval is an unprecise term. If you had said elliptical it would be easier knowing the major and minor axes. If the tank is lying down, or at any other angle than standing up, with the water surface NOT parallel to the oval bottom it becomes rather difficult.

A cubit equals 1.5 feet so a cubit foot is a measure of area in 2-dimensional space, not of volume. A pump cannot work at a rate of area - it needs to be measured in volume. Consequently, the question cannot be answered.

Because nothing else works.

Because when working out volumes the answer is given in cubic units and the radius in the formula for finding the volume of a sphere is cubed: Volume of a sphere in cubic units = 4/3*pi*radius3

The volume of a cylinder (with a radius of r and a length l ) in the horizontal position filled to a depth (d) can be calculated with the following formula:L(r2*(arcos((r-d)/r)) - (r-d)*sqrt(2rd-d2))Note: Calculator must be set to work in radians as opposed to degrees

The question cannot be answered because the Volume cannot be Kg/cubic metre. The Volume = (area) height. Do you mean 900Kg/cubic metre is the Density then you can work out the volume, from the the formula Density = Mass/volume rearrange the formula for Volume plug in the numbers and get the answer

A liter equals 1dm³ in volume. Since 50dm³ are 50000cm³, a cuboid with the dimensions 50cm * 50cm* 20cm would fit as well as a tube of 1m height and 25.23cm diameter.

If you haven't cleaned your fish tank recently, do so. That should work. If not then change the water or get a water filter.

If the object in question is water proof, and small enough. You can measure the amount of displaced water when it is placed in a tank full of water, this may not work for a lot of things but it can help when attempting to measure some objects.

Having water in the gas tank will work its way up to the carburetor.

You partly fill a graduated container with water. Measure the volume. Then gently immerse the object in the water and measure the volume again. The difference between the two measures is the volume of the object. However, this will work only for relatively small objects which cannot be damaged by immersion in water. For example, it will not work for measuring the volume of a sugar cube!

Use the volume formula length time width time height

Using the radius, the formula is: V = 4/3(PI*r3)

To make your heaters work, make sure you have water in the water tank under the bonnet. You cant miss it. I had that problem with a corsa sxi, I didnt have any water in the tank hense my heaters wouldn't work.

60"x 24" x 23" = 33120 cu ins. 1 USgallon= 231 cu ins.. The tank will hold 143.3 US Gallons when filled to within 1 inch of the top.