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 A waste oil tank 2015-06-13 From Angela:a waste oil tank is 5 feet wide and 20 feet long, the empty tank on your truck holds 5000 gallons. If 7.48 gallons are in every cubic foot, what is the maximum depth the oil can be to completely fit into your truck?Answered by Penny Nom. A 400 gallon oil tank 2011-01-08 From theresa:we have a oil tank that holds 400 gallons of oil currently there is 11/16 volume in the tank how many gallons are there?Answered by Harley Weston. The amount of diesel fuel in a tank 2008-10-26 From Mike:I have an cylinder shaped oil tank that holds approx. 283 gals of diesel fuel. The tank is laying on on its side, (like taking a garbage can and laying it down on its side). What is the formula to calculate how much oil is in the tank at any given time. If the tank was sitting on end it would be easy to figure out, but it is not.Answered by Stephen La Rocque.

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