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About 1,246 Imperial gallons (UK) or about 1,500 US gallons.
There are no gallons of water in a square foot. Gallons is a unit of volume, and square feet is a unit of area, not volume. If you are asking about cubic feet, however, the answer is there are about 7.5 gallons in a cubic foot.
About 220 gallons of water, filled to the very top.
The area of Naypyidaw Water Fountain Garden is 667,731.3096960001 square meters.
Just divide the number of gallons by the number of square feet.
You cannot convert a measure of area (square feet) to a measure of volume (gallons). Gallons is a measure of volume, or of 3 dimensions. You'd need cubic feet (not square feet) to convert it to gallons.
7,480.52 gallons for every inch of depth
There would be no water there. Square feet is a measure of area and water only goes into volume.
The answer will depend on the flow rate.
There are billions of gallons of water within the Indian Ocean. This ocean covers an area of 47,900,00 square miles.
Square inches is an area, not a volume. You can't convert square inches to gallons. If you meant CUBIC inches, then 682 cu in is 2.95 US Liquid gallons or 2.53 US Dry Gallons.
It depends on how deep the water is.
Approx 208544914 US gallons.
770/500 = 1.54 gallons per square foot
The capacity of the tubing is 94.6 Imperial gallons, or 113.6 US gallons. There need not be any water in it!
623.38 US gallons (rounded)
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To discover the number of gallons of water in an 850 square foot pool, we'll need to know the depth of the pool. For a pool with 850 square feet and a known depth in feet, we'll find the volume by multiplying 850 ft2 by the depth in feet. With the answer in hand (and it will be in ft3 because we'll have a volume of water), we can find the number of gallons. There are about 7.48 gallons of water in a cubic foot. By multiplying our volume in ft3 by 7.48 (which is the conversion factor), we'll have discovered the volume of the pool in gallons.
Depends on how deep the pool is. Every square foot that is one foot deep has 7.5 gallons in it. So if the pool is 4 feet deep, you'll have 30 gallons for every square foot. A cubic foot actually is 7.481 gallons, or 7.48
750 gallons an hour. Or 12.5 gallons a minute.
This question does not make sense... gallons is a unit of volume, and square feet is a measure of area. The conversion from gallons to CUBIC feet is; 1 cubic foot = 7.4805 gallons, or inversely, 1 gallon = 0.1337 cubic feet.