B. 23 quarts is equal to a little more then 5 gallons
The units in question are a quart and a gallon. Of these, a quart is the smaller.
2,592,000 quarts or 648,000 gallons
Two quarts and four pints are equal in size.
Pitchers come in a variety of sizes, however, the most typical size for a pitcher would be about 2 quarts.
Any size pond that can hold at least 977,600 gallons of water.
Two goldfish should be given a tank of at least 30 gallons. A more ideal tank size would be 40-50 gallons. Anything larger than 50 gallons is just icing on the cake.
no they need at least five gallons each. a thirty gallon tank is a good size tank to keep goldfish in.
I believe it is 20 gallons, at least in the police version.
1 gallon = 16 cups. 3 gallons = (3 x 16) = 48 cups 39 cups is less. 3 gallons is more.
i would use a pump that pushes at least 350 gallons an hour
10 Gallons is one of the most common size of fish tanks. 20"x10"x12" (length, width, and depth, in inches) are the dimensions for a typical 10 gallon aquarium.