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### How many gallons of water does a 20 gallon tank hold?

A 20 Gallon tank can hold up to 20 gallons of water.

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A 20 Gallon tank can hold up to 20 gallons of water.

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Assuming the only thing in the aquarium is water, this tank could hold up to 19.8 gallons of water.

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It depends on what sort of decoration you are using in the tank and where the water level comes to. If the tank is heavily decorated and only 3/4 full, you might find that only 75% of the total capacity… Full Answer

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This tank can hold up to 235.6 gallons of water.

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If you mean inches, the tank would hold up to 11.64 gallons of water.

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This tank can hold up to 149.61 gallons of water.

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how many gallons of water will a tank that is 5 foot by 4 foot by 8 foot hold

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A 15 cubic foot tank will hold a maximum of about 112.2 gallons of water.

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A 1-cubic meter tank would hold 264.172 gallons of water.

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I assume your nominal 15 gallon tank is 24"x12"x12". It will actually hold a tiny bit less than 15 gallons filled to the brim. If you have 1 inch of gravel for plants to grow in and fill to within… Full Answer

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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… Full Answer

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This tank can hold up to 134.65 gallons of water.

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209.52 gallons. Lx Wx H /231 = GALLONS

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The packaging or booklet usually gives the volume of the tank, but if it does not, fill the aquarium one gallon at a time (or if it is large, 2-5 gallons at a time) until it is filled. The number… Full Answer

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A tank this size can hold a maximum of 3,590.65 US gallons of water.

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When it gets to the red is time to fill the tank. You could have 2 gallons or you my only have 1 gallon.

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It is a tank that will hold one gallon of water when filled to the brim. No tank is ever filled to the brim so the tank will never actually hold a gallon of water. It is not large enough… Full Answer

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That commonly referred to as a 75 Gallon Fish tank.

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yes both are 3 gallon

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20"x16"x12"=3840 cubic inches. 1 gal of water has a volume of 231 cubic inches therefore the nominal/quoted/rated volume of water the tank will hold is 3840 divided by 231 which is just over 16.6 gallons of water. The tank will… Full Answer

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It depends on the size of the water tank. In other words, if the tank holds five gallons, then five gallons equals 18.927 L. If the tank hold 20 gallons then 20 gallons equals 75.708 L. Think of it this… Full Answer

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No tank is ever filled to the brim so a 5 gallon tank will only hold about 4 gallons when occupied. At 1 inch of fish per gallon of water you could have 2 adult female Bettas in there provided… Full Answer

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Multiply the number of cubic feet in the tank by 7.5 to find gallons.

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in less you have a Renegade or an Islander your fuel tank will only hold 15 gallons from the factory, if you bought it used it could have a 20 gallon or even a 25 gallon tank.

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141.06 gallons

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A 10' by 10' by 21/2 foot tank can hold up to 1,870.13 gallons of water.

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A good rule of thumb is one small tetra, like a neon tetra per one US gallon of water. Keeping a small fish tank, especially a tropical tank is much more difficult than maintaining a large tank. A small tank… Full Answer

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That's the wrong question. Tank size does not determine fuel consumption. The only way to ACCURATELY determine fuel consumption is to fill the tank, drive as far as you dare on that tank of fuel, fill the tank again then… Full Answer

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30,000 vehicles based on a 25 gallon tank

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you need to use the formula for volume which is V = Ï€r2h, where r is the radius of the tank and h is the height.

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The XLT has a 16 gallon tank. The XLS has a 15 gallon tank.

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The two tank options where 26 gallons and 35 gallons.

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it has a 35 gallon tank

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If the question that you ask refers to freshwater aquariums, then your tank can hold up to 100+ gallons of water, depending on what size you buy. In pet stores they commonly sell 10,15,and 20 gallon tanks for a reasonable… Full Answer

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How many gallon of gas does a Pontiac sunfire gas tank hold

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Jim has a total of 2 buckets. In the 2 buckets, there is a total of 7 gallons of water.

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When you deduct the amount of water not in the tank (Not filled to brim and gravel displacement at base) your 20 (nominal) gallons is more like 15 (actual) gallons. The basic rule for successfull fish keeping is "1 inch… Full Answer

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A maximum of 149,610.39 gallons.

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Older toilets usually contain about 4-6 gallons of water. Newer toilets have reduced the amount of water used and require around 3-4 gallons.

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The average fuel tank size for mid-size cars is 16 gallons. If the price of gas was $3.59 per gallon, it would cost $57.44 to fill a 16 gallon tank.

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If your tank is a 10 gallon (filled to the brim) tank, it will only have about 8 gallons of water in it under normal conditions. The maximum amount of Zebra Danios you should allow is 6 because the rule… Full Answer

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There is about 6 pounds to a gallon. 100 pound propane tank will hold 23.58 gallon. 100 pounds / 4.24 pounds per gallon = 23.58 gallons

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Approximately 43 gallons

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my 2004 aztek has an 18 gallon tank

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After deducting the amount of space not occupied by water (say 1 inch at the top of the tank and 2 or 3 inches of gravel displacement at the base) your tank will contain about 15 gallons of water. If… Full Answer

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231 cubic inches = 1 gallon. To find out how many gallons will fill the tank, you must multiply the area of the tank by the depth to find the volume and then divide by 231 to figure how many… Full Answer

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About 8 inches of fish. The basic rule is 1" of fish needs 1 gallon of water. Your tank will hold 10 gallons of water filled to the brim. Tanks are usually filled to around 1" from the top so… Full Answer