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14.7 gallons per 40 feet of 3-inch pipe.

100 feet of 3-inch pipe holds 36.73 gallons of water.

40 feet of 1-inch pipe holds 1.63 gallons of water.

117.5 gallons of water per 180 feet.

22.44 gallons for each inch of the water's depth.

4.1 gallons of water per 25 feet.

12,239.9 gallons of water per 3,000 feet.

163.2 gallons of water or 21.8 cubic feet.

5.5 gallons per 15 feet of 3-inch pipe.

1.6 gallons of water.

10.2 gallons of water.

About 147 gallons of water.

182.8 gallons of water.

14.7 gallons of water.

123.4 gallons water.

528.8 gallons of water.

111 gallons of water.

2.5 gallons of water.

A 72-inch pipe 16 feet long holds up to 3,384.1 US gallons of water.

A 4-inch pipe 100 feet long can hold up to 65.3 US gallons of water.

6.5 US gallons of water.

1.6 gallons of water.

Up to 1,795.2 gallons of water.

2.3 gallons of water.

52.2 gallons of water.