How many gallons will fill a cubic foot?
One cubic foot contains about 7.48052 US gallons or 6.229 Imperial gallons.
It's been along time but I thing one cubic foot = 3 Gallons. Multiply 12x30x3=1080 Cubic feet. 1080x3=3240 gallons. I may be wrong about the gallons per cubic foot. It's been along time but I think one cubic foot = 3 Gallons. Multiply 12x30x3=1080 Cubic feet. 1080x3=3240 gallons. I may be wrong about the gallons per cubic foot.
First, determine the area of the entire pool, in cubic feet by taking the product of the length, width, and depth. 24 x 16 x 4 = 1536 cubic feet. There is roughly 7.5 gallons in 1 cubic foot, or .133680556 cubic feet in 1 gallon. Taking 1536 cubic feet and dividing by .133680556 we derive at our answer. It would take 11490 gallons to fill your pool
Let's see... Let's first modify the question into: "how many gallons are in a CUBIC foot" since a "square foot" is a two-dimensional area. The easiest method I can think of is to convert gallons into liters and figure volume that way since the measurements of length and volume are easily convertable. So 1 gallon = 3.784 Liters. Since 16.387 cubic cm's = 1 cubic inch, 1000 cubic cm's = 1L = 61.023 cubic inches…
If you have something 5 feet deep and 3 feet in diameter how many gallons will it take to fill this item?
First you have to calculate the volume (cubic capacity) of the container and then multiply by the number of gallons per cubic foot. Formula for calulating volume is radius-squared x pi x depth: 1.5-squared x 3.1416 x 5 = 35.343 cubic feet. There are 7.481 gallons per cubic foot, Hence, 35.343 x 7.481 = 264.40 gallons to fill the container.