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45,000 litres Could have sworn question asked GALLONS... Easiest way to close enough answer is Diameter * Diameter * average depth * 5.9, in this case: 24 * 24 * 4 * 5.9 = 13,…593 gallons. For pool chemical dosing, round it to nearest 500 gallons, in this case 13,500 gallons is close enough.
i think it's 51240.958618938785 litres
this question cannot be answered without knowing the depth of the pool
In order to solve this problem, you need to know how deep the pool is.
A fifteen foot diameter round pool, three feet deep has a volume of 530.144 cubic feet, this converts to 3965.752 US gallons.
You appear to be missing a piece of information. How deep is the pool? If we assume (for the sake of discussion) that the pool is only 1 ft deep, then the total volume of the …pool (Length x Width x Depth) would be 24x4x1 = 96 cubic feet. One cubic foot is equivalent to 7.48051948 US Gallons (according to Google). That's a bit more precision than we really need, so I'm going to round that to 7.5. 96 cubic feet x 7.5 gallons per cubic foot = 720 gallons.
V=pir2h=3.14159x(12)2x4.6=2081 cu ft. 2081 cu ft x 7.48 gal/cu ft = 15556 gallons
A round 16-foot wide pool that is four feet deep holds about 6,000 gallons of water.
If it's a circular pool and 24 is the diameter and 4 is the depth then about 1,808.64 gallons of water would fit.
my 15 x 4 holds 4,400 gallons of water to the blue rim.
the correct answer is 13,593.6 gallons. To figure out the number of gallons needed for a round pool, you Take the Diameter times the Diameter, then times that by the average d…epth, and then times that by 5.9...... the answer is below 24 X 24=576 X 4=2304 X 5.9= 13,593.6 gallons and if you're wondering how much all that water weighs 1 gallon of water weighs 8.35lbs. 13593.6 X 8.35 So 13,593.6 gallons of water weights 113,370.6 lbs.
V=pi * r^2 * h
How many gallons of water does an oval swimming pool that is 30 ft long by 15 ft wide and 4 ft deep hold?
It's a common mistake, but you must first find the volume of the pool. Calculate the volume of the pool by surface area X average depth. This will give you the cubic footage (…approx.) in the pool. Ft3 X 7.48 (gal/ft3) will give you gallons in pool (approx.).