#### Answer

10 gallons

#### Work Step by Step

V=2(1)($\frac{2}{3}$)
V=$\frac{4}{3}$ ft$^3$$\times$7.5 gal. per ft$^3$
V=10 gal

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10 gallons

V=2(1)($\frac{2}{3}$)
V=$\frac{4}{3}$ ft$^3$$\times$7.5 gal. per ft$^3$
V=10 gal

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