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The volume of a triangular shaped aquarium 2011-05-07
From Jeff:
HI, I searched the site but really couldn't find my answer, at least that I could understand! I have a triangular shaped aquarium ( think of a cube, except its an equal triangle shape). all 3 sides are 48 inches, and it is 34" tall. Can you please tell me what the volume is in gallons? Thanks!
Answered by Penny Nom.
Gravel in an aquarium 2009-08-09
From Bev:
Hi...I worked this part out, but want to know how many kilograms of gravel I will need...thanks Bev

Cylinder shape.

A cylindrical shape that has a radius of 82 centimeters and a depth of 7 centimeters has a volume of: Volume

= 0.14787 cubic meters
= 147870 cubic centimeters
= 0.1934 cubic yards
= 5.2219 cubic feet
= 9023.5 cubic inches
= 39.063 U.S. gallons
= 147.87 liters
* calculations accurate to 5 decimal places of precision

Answered by Harley Weston.
How many gallons will it hold? 2007-01-27
From Taye:
I am building a aquarium for my daughter, It is 6 feet long 24 inches high and only 5 inches wide. How many gallons will it hold?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom.
The volume of an aquarium 2005-02-01
From Selena:
Im trying to figure out the amount of gallons from a rectangle 48x20x12?
Answered by Penny Nom.



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