The density is the same.
A gallon is a unit of capacity. A pound is a unit of mass. Without some unit of density to compare, the two units are incompatible.
gallons is volume, kilo is weight. the answer will vary with the density of the substance. One gallon of flour won't be the same as one gallon of water.
Density is an intensive property meaning amount doesn't matter. Even if you have two gallons, one milliliter still weighs one gram.
200 Gallons of what? Gallon is an unit of volume, so to get the weight you need to know the density of the substance. 200 gallons of sawdust wouldn't weigh the same as 200 gal of water.
it depends on the liquid density you are carrying. For water, one gallon weighs 8.345 pounds 150/8.345 = about 18 gallons
If you have a gallon, you only can have one gallon.
A 20 Gallon tank can hold up to 20 gallons of water.
Depends on the density of the fluid (I assume). Gallon is a measure of volume and pounds is a measure of mass. A gallon of water will weigh far less than a gallon of say mercury.
Yes, we now know that the density of ice is less than that of water. Ice takes up more space than water for a given weight. In fact the density of ice is 7.65 pounds/gallon compared to 8.35 pounds/gallon for water. Therefore, one gallon of ice weighs 7.65 pounds, but 7.65 pounds of water is only 7.65/8.35 = 0.92 gallons of water. Gas also changes but as the tempature changes so does the density.
== Density of Mercury== The density of Mercury is 13,593 kg/m3 (kilograms per cubic meter). That is equivalent to 113.4 lb/gal [US].(pounds per gallon). Yikes! Compare that to water, which is about 8.34 pounds per gallon.
Fill up the 3 gallon bucket twice and empty the water into the 5 gallon bucket. This will leave you with 1 gallon in the 3 gallon bucket. Empty the 5 gallon bucket and pour the 1 gallon of water from the 3 gallon bucket into it. Fill the 3 gallon bucket and empty the water into the 5 gallon bucket. This will give you exactly 4 gallons.
Easy. Fill the 7gal pail to the full mark (7 Gallons) with water. Then pour, from the 7 gallon pail, water into each of the 3 gallon pail up to the full mark. The remaining water left in the 7 gallon is 1 gallon. Pour this gallon into the aquarium. Fill the 7 gallon pail with water, again to the full mark, and then add to the aquarium. 1 Gallon + 7 Gallons = 8 Gallons.
If it sinks its density is greater than the density of water.
None - well not without knowing what the substance of the 2.3 gallons is and its density.A gallon is a unit of volumeA gram is a unit of weightVolume and weight are different things that are related by density (= weight/volume).The weight of 2.3 gallons of something depends upon its density. 2.3 gallons of mercury is much-much heavier than 2.3 gallons of water.
1000000 gallons 10^6
The weight of water is approx 8.345lbs per gallon @ 32F. The total weight of water a 33 US Gallon tank can hold when filled to the brim is therefore 275.395 lbs. Of course it would never hold this amount of water if it contained fish because there is always a space of around 1 inch left vacant at the top to avoid overflowing. There are also other items in the tank such as gravel (substrate) rocks (decor) etc. The other stuff you asked about "the density of 1.0 gallon per milliliter for water " is nonesensical rubbish and means absolutely nothing. There can not be a density of gallons per millileter. Gallons are not a measure of density.
If the liquid is water, there is 8 pounds to a gallon. Pounds is a unit of mass/weight. Gallons is a liquid measure. They do not convert cleanly. The density of the liquid being measured can make a big difference.
There would be about 250 gallons in that. Pounds is a unit of mass/weight. Gallons is a liquid measure. They do not convert cleanly. The density of the liquid being measured can make a big difference. If the liquid is water, there is 8 pounds to a gallon.
About 240 gallons.
The density of concrete will make a gallon of it heavier then a gallon of water.
About 3.5 gallons. 1 gallon of water = 8.34lbs
1000 A mega- unit is 106, so a mega gallon would be 1,000,000 gallons. So converting from mega gallons to gallons, a gallon would be equal to 10-6 mega gallons
It will be less than a gallon. Pounds is a unit of mass/weight. Gallons is a liquid measure. They do not convert cleanly. The density of the liquid being measured can make a big difference. If the liquid is water, there is 8 pounds to a gallon.
can't get 6 gallons of water in a 4 gallon bucket