# What does 1 million gallons of water look like?

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## What does 1 million gallons of water look like?

A good-sized bath holds 40 gallons, so a million gallons would be 25,000 baths. The cube on the right side shows you that 1 million gallons would form a cube that is 51.1 feet on each side. Some helpful conversions: 1 Mgal/d = 1.547 cubic feet per second.

## How much is 500000 gallons of water?

Goal: Convert 500000 Gallons to Cubic feet. Result: 500000 gal is equal to 66840.31 ft3.

## What is MGAL water?

624.4 Measurement (1) The department will measure Water by the thousand gallon units (MGAL). The quantity measured. equals the volume of water furnished and applied as the engineer directs according to the contract. The department will determine the volume by engineer-approved meters, or from tanks of known capacity.

## How much is a gallon of water worth?

Water is a bargain. The average price of water in the United States is about \$1.50 for 1,000 gallons. At that price, a gallon of water costs less than one penny.

## How do you convert gallons to million gallons?

Write down the number of gallons per day (GPD) that you want to convert. For example, 1020 GPD. Divide by 1,000,000. Observe the result, which is the equivalent number of millions of gallons per day.

## How big is a 24000 gallon pool?

Standard In-Ground Pool Volumes in Gallons by Size
16×32 13,400 15,400
18×36 17,000 19,400
19×38 19,000 21,700
20×40 21,000 24,000

## How many gallons of water does the average household use per month?

The water industry estimates that an average person uses 3,000 gallons of water monthly, so a family of 4 would use 12,000 gallons for bathing, cooking, washing, recreation and watering. But a lot of factors come into play when calculating average use.

## How many gallons is a 18x18x24 tank?

Roughly 30 US gallons… For specifics, read on… A dry US gallon (non-liquid) is easy to figure out. You take the cage’s size in cubic inches (18x18x24=7776), so 7776, and multiply it by 0.0037202… 7776×0.

## How much does 1 gallon of water cost in the US?

The average price of water in the United States is about \$1.50 for 1,000 gallons. At that price, a gallon of water costs less than one penny.

## Why is tap water so expensive?

With the drastic difference in price, many people wonder why bottled water is so much more expensive than tap water. The truth is, the price has less to do with the water itself and everything to do with the manufacturing, transportation, and advertising costs associated with producing each bottle.

## How do I convert mgd to gallons per day?

For example, 1020 GPD. Divide by 1,000,000. Observe the result, which is the equivalent number of millions of gallons per day. In the example, 1020/1,000,000 = 0.00102 MGD.

## How do you convert GPM to gallons?

To determine GPM using a larger container take the container capacity in gallons, divided it by the number of seconds needed to fill container, then multiply times 60. The result is the GPM. Example: Using a 5 gallon container it takes 14 seconds to fill the container. 5 / 14 X 60 = 21.4 GPM.

## How much does one trillion gallons of water equal?

One trillion gallons would equal the amount of water that falls in a little over three weeks. With one trillion dollars, you could buy 50 aircraft carriers such as the USS Ronald Reagan and outfit each of them with 45 of the newest fighter jet, the F-22 Raptor.

## How many trillion dollars would it take to fill up a hole?

Dig a hole 50 feet deep and 100 feet wide and it would take about one trillion ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR bills to fill it up. Roughly 500,000 gallons fall over both sides of Niagara Falls each second. One trillion gallons would equal the amount of water that falls in a little over three weeks.

## How many baths does a million gallons of water hold?

A good-sized bath holds 40 gallons, so a million gallons would be 25,000 baths. But, it might be easier to take a look at the pool and cube image. If you were a swimming-pool builder and a customer asked you to build a pool that would hold a million-gallons, then they had better have a big yard!