# How many cubic feet per second of liquid flow are in a gallon per minute?

This is a pretty straightforward conversion. One cubic foot is
equal to 7.48 gallons (US). If you take the reciprocal of that
figure (1 / 7.48), you can determine how many cubic feet are in one
gallon: 0.134. That is, one gallon is equal to 0.134 cubic feet.
So, one gallon per minute equals 0.134 cubic feet per
*minute*. But you're not done, yet. Since there are 60 seconds
in a minute, you must divide that figure by 60 to determine how
many cubic feet flow in just one second. 0.134/60 = 0.00223 =
2.23E-3 cubic feet per second. That's a pretty small number to work
with. It might be more useful to convert that to cubic inches per
second (although you didn't ask for the answer in those units).
Since a cubic foot is equal to 1728 cubic inches, you can multiply
the answer above by that number: 2.23E-3 x 1728 = 3.85 cubic inches
per second (in3/s).

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