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How many gallons of water would fit into a swimming pool that is 10 ft by 10 ft?
More information is needed to calculate the volume of water in a pool this size.
Here is thhe formula so you can fillin the blanks and do the math yourself:
Length X Width X Average Depth X 7.5 = Volume
L X W X AD = V
10 X 10 ___ = V
To obtain AD measure the depth of the water at on end of the pool and also at the other end of the pool. Add the two numbers together, then divide by two to get your average. Use this number in the formula for AD.
Complete the multiplication and you will have your water volume.
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1 cubic foot contains 6 and one quarter UK gallons. So in a pool 12 X 20 x 4 feet there will be 12 x 20 x 4 x 6 1/4 gallons or 6000 UK gallons A US gallon… is only 3/4 the size of a UK gallon, so, if your pool is in the USA, the number of gallons is 8000.
my 15 x 4 holds 4,400 gallons of water to the blue rim.
Answer Okay, I like math problems. This one is easy: First we have to get everything in the same units so it's 2 ft. x 10 ft. = ? … Okay, I'm done. No, just kidding, I assume you mean that it's a circular pool that is 2 ft. deep. Okay, I can deal with that. The volume of a circle is pi r squared h, where r is the radius, which is half the diameter, so that's 5, h=2, and pi = well pi So it's pi x 25 x 2 = 157 cubic feet and since there are 7.48 gal. per cu. ft. 157 x 7.48 = 1174 gal. I rounded the figures. So, yeah you have a thousand gallon aquarium How many gallons... We need to know the volume in cubic feet in order to answer the question. Is the pool 10 ft. wide by 10 feet long by 24 inches (2 ft.) deep? The missing dimension is imperative.
you can find the area of the bottom of your pool by multiplying the radius or half the diameter by itself and then multiplying that by pi the formula for area of a circle is a…s follows: Area of a circle=pi*r2 since your pool is 15 feet then Area=3.14*12.52 7.52 or about 491 ft2 176.7142. To answer your next question I would need to know the depth of your pool but the formula for volume of your pool is 491 ft2 176.714 ft2 * depth=volume in ft3. Assuming that your pool is four feet deep this would give a volume of 1962.5 706.85 cubic feet. You can plug in your own depth to get a more accurate answer Finally to get your answer into gallons use the unit factor 1 cubic foot=7.48 gallons Thus a four feet deep pool would have a volume of 1962.5 706.85 cubic feet or about 5,287.30 US Gallons.
A round 16-foot wide pool that is four feet deep holds about 6,000 gallons of water.
A 33-foot round pool with 4 feet of water contains about 25,700 gallons of water.
961 gallons or about 3,700 liters
A pool that is 24 by 4ft could hold an approximately 11,848 gallons of water when total full.
You should have approximately 3,490 gallons of water.
We have no way of knowing that. It's really going to depend on how deep the water is. For example ... -- If the water averages 6-ft deep, then there are 21,544 gallons o…f water in the pool. -- If the water averages 1-inch deep, then there are 299.2 gallons of water in the pool. -- If the 480-sq-ft pool is empty, then there are zero gallons of water in it. It might help you to know that it'll be roughly 300 gallons per inch of depth, and you take it from there. Note: If the bottom is sloped, then that's a whole different problem.
A fifteen foot diameter round pool, three feet deep has a volume of 530.144 cubic feet, this converts to 3965.752 US gallons.
area of a circle equals pi * radius so 3.14 * 9ft * 9ft = 254.34 square ft 254.34 square ft * 4 ft deep = 1017.36 cubic ft since there are 7.48 gallons in 1 cubic ft of water,… multiply 1017.36 * 7.48 = 7609.85 gals of water in the 18 ft round by 4 ft deep pool
Cannot be answered with only these measurements. You need to specify what shape the pool is. Also, for a rectangular pool, the length, width and depth are needed. For a round …pool, the diameter and depth are needed.