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# How many gallons of water are in a 16x32 inground swimming pool with a depth of 8ft to 3.5 ft?

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25,000 gallons

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That depends on the depth of the swimming pool, and also on its exact shape.

Most 20 x 40 inground pools, assuming hopper depth of 8 feet, shallow depth of 42 inch, hold roughly 35,000 gallons. With Average depth of 5.5 feet, would hold about 34,760 gallons.

Approximately 12,700 gallons, assuming a depth of 4 feet ]

width X height X the average of the depth X 7.5 just to give you an idea most pools in Florida are 10k - 15k gal (inground) above ground just use square pi's :-)

Here's a formula for round pools: distance across*distance across*depth*5.9 for rectangles: length*width*depth*7.5 or for a deep end: length*width*((shallow end depth + deep end depth)/2)*7.5 so in your case, 16*32*(3+7)/2*7.5=20000 gallons

depends on how big the swimming pool is An Olympic swimming pool is a standard size so you must take the legnth times the width times the depth and convert the cubic yards to gallons.

It depends on the depth of the pool as well as other factors. There are many variables other than just the outside length and width when it comes to a kidney shaped pool.

Here is the formula for calculating gallons of water to fill a swimming poolCalculate Your Pool's Water VolumeOverview:In order to figure out proper doses of chemicals for your pool, you need to determine how many gallons of water it holds. To do that, you need to know four different numbers: the length, width, average depth, and a multiplier that determines gallons. Here is the formula:Length * Width * Average Depth * Multiplier = GallonsDetermine the Multiplier:Rectangle, square, or free-form pool:multiplier = 7.5.Round or Oval pool: multiplier = 5.9Determine the Average Depth:To determine the average depth in a pool where the bottom slopes, measure the shallow end, the deep end depth. Add them together and divide by two (2).Example: Shallow End = 2'. Deep End = 10'2' + 10' = 12'; 12'/2 = 6' Average Depth

A 12-ft round pool with depth of 2 ft has a capacity of 1,692.2 gallons of water.

The maximum depth of standard swimming pool is 2.00m.

Length times width times average depth times 7.48 equals total gallons

As many or as few as you want. There are an infinite number of possibilities. The capacity also depends on the depth. That means that for any shape pool you have, in any size backyard, you can put 25,000 gallons in it by adjusting the depth.

That depends on how DEEP the pool is. The information provided only permits calculation of the AREA of the pool, not the volume and gallons are units of volume not area. To give you some idea though - here are the gallons for different depths: To fill the pool to a depth of 2 ft would require 1436 gallons To fill the pool to a depth of 3 ft would require 2154 gallons To fill the pool to a depth of 4 ft would require 2873 gallons To fill the pool to a depth of 5 ft would require 3591 gallons To fill the pool to a depth of 6 ft would require 4309 gallons

length(M) x width(M) x average depth(M) you will get pool volume in cubic meter. convert it in to gallons or any other unit

Hi calculation for the swimming pool would be length in feet x width in feet x depth in feet x 6.25 = gallons capacity

Determine the cubic footage of the pool interior (Length X Width X Depth) and multiply that by 7.5, which is the approximate number of gallons per cubic foot.

Gallons = (23.5) times (1/2 the diameter in ft) times (1/2 the diameter in ft, again) times (depth of the water in ft)

this question cannot be answered without knowing the depth of the pool

The best way is to mutiply the width X the Length X the Depth X 7.5 to find the gallons.

Cannot be answered with only these measurements. For a rectangular pool, the length, width and depth are needed. For a round pool, the diameter and depth are needed.

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