How do you figure out how much water it takes to fill a swimming pool that is 7 feet deep 40 feet wide 75 feet long?
To find out how much water is in a pool you multiply Length x Width x Average Depth x 7.5 (gallons per cubic foot). So 75x40x7x7.5=157,500gal.
The swimming pool in Beijing Water cube is 13 metres deep
the same as you would if you were swimming in water that is only a foot deeper then you just dont stop swimming
That depends on what body of water you are swimming into. In most cases, swimming in a deep river or deep lake can get you drowned in the water because it is so large and unclear. If it is a pool, then it is ok because you can see clearly and a lot of athletics can swim in pools as much as 50 ft deep.
how deep you are in the water.
Figure out how many cubic meters it holds. A cubic meter is 1000 liters, so go from there.
It derived from the necessity to to survive immersion in water that is to deep to stand in
About 17psi at 1.8m
Depends how deep
How many gallons of water does a 12 feet round 4 feet deep swimming pool hold or how much water it would take to fill up a 12 feet round 4 feet deep swimming pool?
Approximately 4,400 gallons.
i found mine in a more than half a metre deep swimming pool
Yes, echidnas can swim in deep water. Though its body shape and spines would seem to inhibit its swimming ability, the echidna actually swims quite well, and even uses swimming as a means to regulate its own temperature.
Either you can swim, or you can't. Swimming is done close to the Surface of the water. How deep it is doesn't really matter once you can't touch bottom.
Unless you're in water, knowing how to swim isn't useful. But if you end up in deep water, swimming will suddenly be very, very useful. Your life may even depend on it.
The amazon river can be shallow and can also be deep. There are records of green anacondas and black caimans attacking people swimming in water.
We need to know how deep.
They are to inform the swimmer how deep the water is. It is always good to know the depth for safety reasons. It is not a good idea to dive into a 3 foot deep pool.
You can keep afloat a number of ways in deep water. By swimming any of the four key strokes, Front Crawl, Backstroke, Breaststroke and Butterfly, or by simply treading water. Also, it is possible to float on your back. If you keep still enough, the buoyancy of the water will prevent you from submerging, especially if you take a breath.
you divide 54 by 24 and then tiomes by 5.24 and then add 4
Pressure acts on any body of water, but you have to go really deep to notice the force.
you would have to have the length and the width measurements to determine that
Rises to the surface.
...how deep would you like it to be?
12 feet deep!
Most swimming pools are between 4 and 10 feet deep. The World's Deepest Pool, though is 108 feet deep.
18 feet round X 54 inches deep comes out around 10,935gal. Less if only 52"deep, But I do not have a calcaltor with me, so I used 54"that is 4.5 feet and easy to figure. made an misstake 8,505gal. still need to get a calculator. But for 18'round x 4.5'deep about 8,505gal. geterdone
how many gallons of water does a swimming pool 15 feet by 4 feet deep hold
after taking a deep breath in, your lungs are full of air. Air is lighter than water and so makes you float.
because of refraction of light same principle as when you look at a straw in water and it looks broken
it also depends how wide it is
some water turtles will prefer to live in a reef because of the shallow water. others will prefer the ocean because of deep swimming holes
It certainly is when you fall in deep water. or have to get out of a flooded area, and it is also good exercise. It helps you survive in water to keep your head above and breath.
I do not recommend swimming in a pool water for at least 5 days and not swimming in lake water for at least 7 days following extractions. It is the same if you have a deep wound elsewhere on your body.
The rays of light refract from water to the air so they refract away from the normal and this means that the bottom of the pool seems less deep than it is.
If you want to jump and/or dive into a swimming pool, the water level should be atleast 5 feet deep!
No trustpassing, deep water stay out, privit property, no swimming , what ever you want to post,
'bout 1500 to 2000
It depends. How deep is the pool?
319.2 gallons for every inch the water in it is deep.
There is NO way to calculate this without knowing how deep the pool is filled!
It matters how deep you go in the water as in the sea water I only go up to my waist and i'm 5 foot 7
Both mathematics and swimming have a deep end which is not for the uninitiated. In the shallows, both mathematics and swimming are easy.
No, most ducks nest outside of the water on the banks. Ducks don't actually need swimming water at all, even thought it is more ethical for them to have it.
If a swimming pool is 25mt by9.5mt 3ft 6inches shallow end 6ft deep end how many square meters of water would it hold?
It is not possible to answer the question. The floor of most swimming pools do not have a constant slope from the shallow to the deep end. Second, the amount of water that a pool can hold cannot be measured in square metres - which a measure of area - not of volume.
it depends on how deep, they usually can barley swim in deep water with a person on their back unless they are just going though a kind of deep river but they aren't really swimming. With or wit out someone not very fast at all.
The ocean. yes If we place both in the same location with the same weather conditions, the swimming pool will warm quicker as it is not as deep. Thus less volume to warm for the surface area exposed to the sun.
if it's 4 ft deep 21,139.948 gal.