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# How can the liquid amount in gallons and liters of a cylinder be determined?

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The volume of a cylinder is Pi * radius^2 * height. 1 Gallon = 3.7854 Liters. 1 Liter is 1000 cm^3. So get the radius and height in cm, then use the formula to get the volume in cm^3, then convert to gallons or liters.

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A 1,055 cubic foot cylinder can hold up to 7,890 US gallons or 6,570 Imperial gallons of liquid.

The normal method of measuring the volume of a liquid is with a graduated cylinder. If you pour the liquid into a graduated cylinder, you can then read the volume off of the markings (or graduations) on the cylinder. If the amount of liquid is extremely large (let's say, a thousand gallons) then you need a different technique. Perhaps a graduated swimming pool.

A tool that is used for measuring small amount of liquid is a graduated cylinder.

That depends - if the amount of liquid in a container is closer to 6 gallons, then 6 gallons is more precise. If the amount of liquid in a container is closer to 23 quarts, then 23 quarts is more precise.

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Undetermined. Centimeters are a measurement of linear distance. Gallons are a measure of volume of a liquid. If you have a container that has 3 linear dimensions then you can convert that to the amount of liquid in gallons it can hold.

By measuring it in a measuring cylinder or beaker or some container of a known volume.

To measure the amount of liquid in a specific manner

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To measure a specific amount of liquid, normally in milliliters.

You just put a units after the volume that you found. Also, weight(lbs, oz, ect.) count as value and so to liquid measurements(gal, pint, ect.) When you are doing weight or liquid measurements, just use the unit. For example, if you find the amount of liquid inside a cylinder, and the answer is 90 gallons, you just use gallons, nothing else

A graduated cylinder, measuring cylinder or mixing cylinder is a common piece of laboratory equipment used to measure the volume of a liquid. It has a narrow cylindrical shape. Each marked line on the graduated cylinder represents the amount of liquid that has been measured.

The volume of a liquid is normally measured by means of a graduated cylinder.

Pipette can hold a small amount of liquid but a graduate cylinder can hold more and its good for accuracy.

in my job accuratly measuring the amount of liquid to reconstitute an antibiotic

If you measure properly, the amount of water does not change. Measurement with whatever graduated cylinder you choose will not alter the amount of liquid measured. Most people choose to measure once with a larger one, but if the amount of liquid falls between the measurement lines, you can measure the "leftover" with a smaller cylinder and find the exact answer.

The volume of a solid object such as a rock or pebble can be determined by submerging it in a liquid in a graduated cylinder or other container. The difference in the volume of the liquid is the volume of the object.

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