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how many square feet would 1 gallon of water come on at 1 inch deep?

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Two-dimensional space has no volume. You need three dimensions to have volume.

Approximately 520 UK gallons

623.38 gallons.

623.38 US gallons (rounded)

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How would I figure it the gallons in my pool

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Q: How many square feet will one gallon of water cover if 1 inch deep?

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How deep do you want that ?If you want it 1.6 inches deep, then it can cover 1 square foot.If you want it 10-ft deep, then it can't cover that much area.

1.6042 square feet (rounded)

1 gallon = 231 cubic inches1 square foot = 144 square inchesVolume of water = (12 x 12 x 1) = 144 cubic inches = (144 / 231) = 0.62337 gallon = 79.79 fluid ounces (rounded)

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Inches are a measure of length, and gallons is a measure of volume. However, volume can be measured in units of length cubed (because, for instance, the volume of a cube is the length of each side cubed).The are 231 cubic inches (or in3) per gallon.

1 square foot = 144 square inches1 gallon = 231 cubic inchesVolume = (16 x 144 x 6) = 13,824 cubic inches = (13,824 / 231) = 59.844 gallons (rounded)

Here is my take: 1 gallon of water equals 231 cubic inches 1 square foot, 1 inch tall equals 144 cubic inches (12"x12"X1") 1 square foot needs 0.624 gallons to equal 1 inch of cover (144 cubic inched divided by 231 cubic inches) 16 square feet would require 9.975 gallons of water to be covered 1 inch deep. (16*0.624) **Runsky**

It takes 0.6234 gallon (rounded) to cover one square foot of area 1 inch deep.

Don't know. Can't tell. What size bottom ? Round or square ? How long ? How wide ? How deep ?

depends how deep

A 15,000-gallon pool has a volume of about 2,005 cubic feet.

One cubic meter cannot be "converted" to a square measure unless we know how "deep" it is being spread. For example, if it is one meter deep, then it would cover one square meter; but if it is two meters deep, then it would cover half that area. If it were, say, 1 cm deep, then it could cover a million square centimeters (100 x 100 x 100).