The volume of a right circular cylinder is computed by the equation: volume = pi * radius squared * height In your case: radius = 12 ft, squared it equals 144ft squared height = 4 ft pi = 3.14159........ This will get you volume in cubic feet, the conversion factor from cubic feet to gallons is: cubic foot * 7.4805 = gallon Put it all together: Volume = 3.14159 * 144 * 4 * 7.4805 and you get: 13,536.4 gallons Which is a lot of water.

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If it is 4 feet deep, then 13,500 gallons

I can calculate how much water it will take to fill the pool but not the cost. The cost has to be determined by how much you pay for water where you live. The volume of the 24ft round pool x 5ft deep pool (assuming the dimensions given are inside dimensions) is 2,261.952 cu ft and will hold 16,921.662 gallons of water.

885 gallons to fill it to the very top.

29,952 GALLONS

14,715 gallons are required.

6,041.6 gallons.

4,625.6 gallons.

13,009.5 gallons.

5,287.7 gallons of water.

To fill this pool to a depth of four feet you will need about 7,646 gallons of water. If you decide to fill it to three feet deep, the gallons decreases to around 5,735.

To fill it all the way to the top you'll need 18,502.4 gallons of water.

To fill it to the top you will need 9,558 gallons of water.

Alittle under 10,000 gallons.

Exactly 5264.1669 gallons

If you fill it to four feet deep, the total is 10,408 gallons of water.

About 4,640 gallons.

To fill your 18-foot round pool to a depth of 48" would require about 7,646 gallons of water. If you filled it to 36", the total would decrease to about 5,735 gallons.

You will need a maximum of 11,230 gallons of water.

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Round Pool: Depth x Diameter-squared x 5.9 = Volume in Gallons

Twelve feet of water in a 10-foot round pool is approximately 7,080 gallons.

Three feet of water in a 12-foot round pool is about 2,550 gallons.

10,000 to 11,000 gal.

Approximately 4,400 gallons.