A 5-gallon bucket is the same volume as about 0.67 cubic feet.
Five gallons is 0.668 cubic feet.
5 gal(US liquid) = 0.668 cubic feet (or 2 / 3rds of one)
0.6684 cubic feet = five U.S. gallons
Five gallons is 0.67 cubic feet.
7.352 cubic feet.
About 7.4 cubic feet.
One gallon in a one gallon bucket. Five gallons in a five gallon bucket.
There are 20 quarts in a five-gallon bucket. There are 4 quarts to a gallon.
19 baseballs fit in a five gallon bucket
There are about 8,640 cubic inches in five cubic feet.
About 40 pounds not counting the weight of the bucket
About 7.35 cubic feet.
I just weighed a five gallon bucket of unshelled pecans and it was a little over 20 lbs
25 cubic yards is equal to 675 cubic feet.
I have been able to get 34lbs of wheat in a five gallon bucket. So at 60lbs a bushel two five gallon buckets. Technically a volume bushel is 1.244 cubic feet, but a value of 1.25 cubic feet is normally used. To estimate the the number of bushels by volume in a storage structure, you determine the volume of grain and then use a standard volume factor to calculate bushels. (From the University of Minnesota, Extension Service, 1999-2000 Grain Storage Issues publication.)
Send me 20,000,000 nickels and I'll put them in a 5 gallon bucket counting as I go and then I'll tell you.
Five cubic feet is 37.4026 gallons.
45 cubic kilometers is an enormous volume compared to cubic feet. Forty-five cubic km is about 1,589,160,020,000 cubic feet.
0.6684 cubic feet = five gallons (US)