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# How big is a pool that holds 1390000 cubic feet?

262728 ###### 2007-09-03 03:41:30

Possibly 400' x 400' x 8'

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## Related Questions First, determine how many gallons of water your pool holds. Then use this formula to convert gallons to cubic feet: gallons x 0.133681 = cubic feet Not knowing the point where the pool begins the transition from 3 feet to 9 feet makes it a little hard to answer. If it slopes directly from 3 to 9 feet the answer would be approximately 56,250 gallons. The calculation for a rectangle pool is: ((Shallow end depth + deep end depth) / 2) * length * width) = pool volume in cubic feet Pool cubic feet * 7.5 = gallons of water the pool holds Not knowing the point where the pool begins the transition from 3 feet to 9 feet makes it a little hard to answer. If it slopes directly from 3 to 9 feet the answer would be approximately 56,250 gallons. The calculation for a rectangle pool is: ((Shallow end depth + deep end depth) / 2) * length * width) = pool volume in cubic feet Pool cubic feet * 7.5 = gallons of water the pool holds A pool with diameter (the distance across at its widest point) equal to 33 feet and with a consistent depth of 4 feet holds 25,592.29 gallons of water. The volume (V) of the pool can be expressed as: V = pi*1/2 diameter squared*depth Or in this case: V = pi*16.5 feet squared*4 feet = 3.14159*272.25 feet squared*4 feet = 3421.1915 cubic feet One gallon of water equals .133681 cubic feet. 3421.1915 cubic feet of pool divided by .133681 cubic feet per gallon equals 25,592.29 gallons to fill the pool. The volume of the swimming pool in cubic feet would be 800 cubic feet: length x width x height = volume 10 feet x 10 feet x 8 feet = 800 cubic feet (10 x 10 = 100; 100 x 8 = 800) Do you mean cubic feet? If mean square feet you need to multiply by the average depth of the pool. This would give you cubic feet. Then you would convert cubic feet to gallons. I think there are approx. 7.5 gallons/cubic ft. So...if you meant cubic feet then it would equal approx 260,000 gallons. WOW, that's a big pool.

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