Q: How many gallons of water to flood a hockey rink six inches deep?

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To flood a hockey rink with 1 inch of water, you would need to add approximately 10,600 gallons of water. This amount can vary depending on the size of the rink, but on average, it takes around that much water to achieve the desired depth.

There are 17.66 gallons in 4,080 cubic inches of water.

15000 gallons

489.76 gallons of water.

If 24 inches is the diameter, there are 141,004 gallons of water. If 24 inches is the radius, there are 564,018 gallons of water.

There are 25.71 gallons of water in 5,940 cubic inches.

4710 inches cubed equates to 20.4 (20.38961) US gallons of water.

4.5 US gallons of water displaces 1,040 cubic inches.

24,416 cubic inches equates to about 106 (105.69697) US gallons of water.

About 157.1 gallons.

To find out how many inches of water are being applied per acre, you can use the formula: inches of water per acre = (total gallons of water * 0.133681) / total acres. In this case, 3000 gallons of water divided by 4 acres equals 750 gallons per acre. To convert gallons to inches, multiply 750 by 0.133681 to get approximately 100 inches of water per acre.

To convert cubic inches to gallons, divide the volume in cubic inches by 231. This gives you the equivalent volume in gallons. In this case, a glass aquarium with a volume of 2315.52 cubic inches will hold approximately 10 gallons of water.