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This pipe can hold up to 0.5 cubic foot or 3.7 gallons of water.

Q: How many cubic feet are in a 3-inch pipe that is 10' long full of water?

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12 in = 1 ft36 in = 3 ft24 in = 2 ftVolume of the aquarium = (1 x 3 x 2) = 6 cubic feetFYI: 6 cubic feet is also 44.9 gallons. (rounded)

Assuming: an 8 inch inside diameter, 1 gallon of water weighs 8.345404 pounds, 231 cubic inches of water to the gallon, volume of cylinder = Pi * radius^2 * height volume=3.14 * 4^2 * (4000 * 12) volume = 3.14 * 16 * 48,000 = 2,411,520 cubic inches 2,411,520 cubic inches of water when full. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- A 4000 foot cylinder/pipe with an 8 inch inside diameter, if full of water, will contain 10,439.48 gallons of water weighing a total of 87,121.68 pounds or 43.56 tons.

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Assuming that the joints don't leak, the box is full to the top edge, and won't break when full of water: 1 gallon = 231 cubic inches 8.5 ft = 102 inches 14.5 ft = 174 inches Volume of the box = (102 x 174 x 7) = 124,236 cubic inches = (124,236 / 231) = 537.82 gallons (rounded) = almost 4,500 pounds of water !

There's no way of knowing. It would hold 36 cubic feet if it was full.

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Assuming the container is full at 1500 liters, the container's volume in cubic feet will be about 53 cubic feet (52.9720005, more precisely).

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The conversion factor for pounds to cubic feet varies depending on the material. For example, 10 cubic feet of water is approximately 62.4 pounds, while 10 cubic feet of soil may weigh around 1,000-1,500 pounds. It is important to know the density of the material in question to make an accurate conversion.

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That completely depends on what substance is in the cubic feet. If the volume is empty, then it weighs zero pounds. If it's full of water, then it weighs roughly 150 pounds. If it's 2.4 cubic feet of gold, then it weighs about 2,865 pounds.

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(4.3 x 4.3 x 4.3) = 79.507 cubic feet, IF it's full to a depth of 4.3 feet.