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Height X width X length in cm or inches the answer would give you either cubic inches or cubic centimeters cubic centimeters would be directly related to liters 1 cubic meter = 1,000 liters

Posted on Nov 21, 2013

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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I think you will be looking at about 500 gallons.

598.4 US gallon.

498.3 UK Imperial gallon.

598.4 US gallon.

498.3 UK Imperial gallon.

Jan 31, 2018 | In Office Equipment & Supplies

Want to know the capacity of your appliance, say a microwave, fridge, freezer, pot, hot-water geyser?

Or bigger volumes such as a swimming pool or cylindrical water tank?

The manufacturer states volume as cu.ft but you work in liters?

You see liters but think in Gallons?

The table graphic shows all these conversions as a base to calculate from.

Also included is a brief guide to measuring and calculating.

Or bigger volumes such as a swimming pool or cylindrical water tank?

The manufacturer states volume as cu.ft but you work in liters?

You see liters but think in Gallons?

The table graphic shows all these conversions as a base to calculate from.

Also included is a brief guide to measuring and calculating.

on Nov 28, 2017 | Miscellaneous

volume requires 3 measurements:

height, width and depth (from front to back)

Once you have the 3 dimensions you can multiply them together to get the volume in whatever unit you measure in, Centimeters/Inches/feet etc.

once you have your volume you can google a conversion table to figure out your unit to gallons/litres/ etc.

http://metricunitconversion.globefeed.com/Metric_Conversion_Table.asp

height, width and depth (from front to back)

Once you have the 3 dimensions you can multiply them together to get the volume in whatever unit you measure in, Centimeters/Inches/feet etc.

once you have your volume you can google a conversion table to figure out your unit to gallons/litres/ etc.

http://metricunitconversion.globefeed.com/Metric_Conversion_Table.asp

Mar 01, 2017 | Fish

the volume formula is what is used to determine the amount of water in a tank

that is length X width X height (depth) that determines the cubic capacity or the tank

now 1 cubicft = 7.48 gallons

so as an example-- a fish tank 3ft X2 ft X 2ft = 12 cubic ft =12 X 7.48 = 89.76 gallons

that is length X width X height (depth) that determines the cubic capacity or the tank

now 1 cubicft = 7.48 gallons

so as an example-- a fish tank 3ft X2 ft X 2ft = 12 cubic ft =12 X 7.48 = 89.76 gallons

Dec 15, 2016 | Vacuums

I assume the length of a side is 16 in, and the height of the prism is 23 inches.

**Volume of a prism is V_prism=(Area of base)*(height of prism)**

Area of base is made up of the area of the 6 equilateral triangles with sides =16 inches. The height of such triangles is given by**8*SQRT(3)**.

Use the Pythagorean theorem or the trigonometric ratios to find the height of each of the 6 traingles.

Area of base =6*16*(8*SQRT(3))/2 sq in

**Volume =6*8*8*23*SQRT(3) cubic inches**

Calculate the value in cubic inches and convert to gallons: I leave that task to you.

Area of base is made up of the area of the 6 equilateral triangles with sides =16 inches. The height of such triangles is given by

Use the Pythagorean theorem or the trigonometric ratios to find the height of each of the 6 traingles.

Area of base =6*16*(8*SQRT(3))/2 sq in

Calculate the value in cubic inches and convert to gallons: I leave that task to you.

May 12, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

never change more than 1/3 water volume in 12 hr period you will remove to many beneficial bacteria from water and water chemistry will be off to much making your fish sick , and change the water not just add the water lost to evaporation that means one cup out and one cup in till you change the volume you determined by size calculation

Sep 03, 2013 | Aqueon All Glass Aquarium Aag26224 24 In....

What shape is the tank? If it's rectangular then it's height times width times length. You gave four numbers: what do they represent?

Aug 06, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

How many watts you
need depends on the type of plants and the volume of the tank. Here is an excerpt from an article that will
help you determine proper wattage.

Instructions

Identify
the species of plants you have in your tank or that you plan to put in your
tank and how much light that species needs. Each species of plant will have an
optimal lighting requirements, from low light to bright light. To determine the
plant species, compare photos on the Aquarium Plants Photos and Profiles page
of the Aqua Hobby website, or take samples of the aquatic plants to your local
aquarium store for identification.

Write
down how much lighting each of the plant species in your tank needs. Give each
plant a rating of low, medium or bright. The books "The Complete
Fishkeeper" and "Freshwater Aquariums for Dummies," as well as
your local fish store, are good sources of information for this.

Review your
list and determine what type of plant dominates your tank. For example, if you
have mostly plants that need bright light, then use a bright-light formula. If
you have an equal mix of plant lighting needs, then use a medium-light formula.

Calculate
a range of watts of lighting you need for your tank with one of the following
formulas, depending on the amount of light you determined you needed for your
plants. For low light, multiply one and two by the number of gallons. For
medium light, multiply two and three by the number of gallons. For bright
light, calculate three and five by the number of gallons. For example, for a
20-gallon tank with plants that need medium light, you would get a range of 40
to 60 watts (2 x 20 = 40 and 3 x 20 = 60).

Read more: How to Determine Watts Per
Gallon for Aquarium Lighting ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_8014286_determine-per-gallon-aquarium-lighting.html#ixzz23KB8HErA

Aug 14, 2012 | Fish

About 425.

Oct 17, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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May 23, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

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