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            Math and Arithmetic
            Area
            Volume

            How many cubic feet are in a gallon?

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            May 04, 2011 2:36PM

            Gallons per cubic foot

            1 cubic foot = 7.4805 US gallons

            1 cubic foot -=6.2288 Imperial gallons

            One cubic foot is equal to 7.4805 US Gallons, -6.2288 Imperial Gallons

            Also,

            1 cubic foot = 1728 cubic inches

            1 US gallon = 231 cubic inches (by definition)

            1 cubic foot = 1728/231 gallons = 576/77 gallons ~= 7.48 gallons

            1 US gallon = 231/1728 cubic feet ~= 0.133681 cubic feet

            Sample Water Bill Calculation

            Assumptions:

            Note: . This refers to 100 cubic feet. If your bill says you used 10 ccf, that would be 1000 cubic feet, or almost 7500 US gallons.

            Also: "Water bills" can also include other costs such as sewer and trash collection. Read your bill closely to determine exactly what you're paying for.