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How many gallons are in a tank that measures 3 feet x 1 foot x 16 inches?
How many gallons of water are in a pool 16 x 32 feet that is 8.5 feet in the deep end and 3 feet in the shalow end?
Many pool chemical products require that you know the amount of water your pool holds so that you correctly use their product. I found a quick formula for my oval pool on …the back of one such product found at my local home improvement center: length x width x avg. depth x 5.9 = total gallons. For your specific question to be answered correctly, the shape of your pool is needed. However, if your pool is oval like mine, the answer would be approximately 17,370 gallons. After briefly researching the calculation for a rectangular pool, the formula to use is: length x width x avg depth x 7.5 If your pool is rectangular, the answer then becomes approximately 22,080 gallons. One cubic foot of water contains 7.48 gallons. Figure the size of the pool by cubic feet and multiply. Go to www.poolandspachemicals.co and put in your numbers and they wiil tell u Assuming that the average water level would be 5.75' (8.5 + 3 / 2), you would figure it as 16 x 32 x 5.75= 2944 cubic feet x 7.48 (gallons per cubic foot) = 22,021 gallons
Answer I have a 16 x 32 52inch deep, it holds 13,500 gallons. Yours should be right around that.
ANSWER 16 x 16 inch = 1.78 sq.feet 120 / 1.78 = 67.42 so you need to have 68 pavers The plot is 144 inches wide. 144/16=9 pavers wide. The short dimension is 120 inches which …would require 8 pavers with the final row of pavers cut to fit. Thus in a 9 X 8 paver grid you'd need 68 pavers, but 4 of those pavers would have to be cut in half for the final row.
I assume your measurements are in feet. Also I assume you are giving length x depth x hight. If so the calculation is 48"x 24"x 12" divided by 231 which is approximately 59.84… US gallons. if the tank is filled to overflowing. If you allow for the 1 inch or so that is at the top and never filled, you would have to calculate 40"x 24"x 11" divided by 231 which is 54.8 US gallons approximately. If you further add gravel and rocks you would have to do more similar calculations to get your actual water volume. Then, if you wish to be successful, and give yourself a chance at keeping your fish alive, you will supply the following necessities :- 1 inch of fish needs a minimum of 1 gallon of water. :- Every tank needs a fully cycled filter running permanently. :- Every tank must have 50% of its water replaced every week. Follow the above rules and your fish will stand a chance of survival. Fail to follow them and I can guarantee that your fish will have constant health problems.
V = L × W × H V= 3 × 2 × 1.5 V = 9 ft3 1 ft3 ≈ 7.48 gallons So, 9 ft3 ≈ 67.32 gallons
A maximum of 957.506 US gallons.
Convert inches to feet 6 inches = 1/2 feet so it is a 16 x 0.5 foot board. Thus, the area of a board is 16*0.5 = 8 feet squared. The number of 8 feet squared boards ne…eded to cover 800 squared feet is 800 squared feet/8 squared feet = 100
16x24=384 inches 384/12=32 feet which is your answer.
288 square feet.
a gallon is 231 cubic inches, so: 36x16x6.5 / 231 = 16.2 gallons
That depends on the volume of sand in each bag. You'll need a total of 21.3 cubic feet.
If the measurements are in feet then the volume of the tank is 35,906.49 US gallons.
6 inch = 1/2 foot so each board is 16 x 1/2 = 8 square feet 200/8 = 25 boards