23460 gal. plus or minus the Grecian. length x width x avg depth (8.0+3.5=11.50 divided by 2 = 5.75 avg. depth x 7.48. Rounded to 7.5.
About 6,042 gallons of water.
319.2 gallons for every inch the water in it is deep.
You must have the depth or average depth to calculate.
1 cubic foot of water equals 7.5 gallons. Your tank holds 64ft x 64ft x 16ft of water, or 65,536 cubic feet. 65,536 cuft x 7.5 gallons = 491,520 gallons.
A tank this size holds up to 3,004(3,003.967872) gallons.
You would use the following formula: 16 (Dia.ft.) X 16 (Dia.ft.) X 4 (average depth ft.) X 5.9(multiplication factor) = 6041.6 gallons of water
40ft + 40ft + 16ft + 16ft = 112 ft
There are exactly 32 square yards in 16ft X 18ft
If they are 16ft x 16ft, two will be more than enough.
it depends what type of crocodile saltwater crocodiles can be up to 16ft fresh water crocodiles can be substancialy less
Your pool's volume is 40ft x 16ft x 5.75ft = 3680 cubic feet. 1 cu.ft. = 1728 cubic inches 1 US gallon is 231 cubic inches 3680 x 1728 / 231 = 27528.312 US gallons in that pool.
Nor sure how pee gravel is packed, but you need enough for 64 cubic feet.
Assuming that "16ft by 6ft" are the dimensions of a rectangle (rather than an ellipse, for example), the area is 16*6 = 96 square feet.
To calculate the volume of your pool, multiply the length times the width times the depth. If your dimensions are all in feet, your answer will be in cubic feet. There are approximately 7.48 gallons in one cubic foot of water, so multiply the number of cubic feet by 7.48 for the number of gallons in your pool. If this is your homework, do the math. If you really need to know for your own pool, don't forget that pools usually have scuppers and aren't filled to the brim, so you will have to subtract 4-6 inches from the depth for a more accurate answer. Hope that helps.
16ft long and the poles 14 ft
16ft the record was 18ft of an king cobra
16 feet is equivalent to 4.8768 metres.
One square foot is 12in*12in = 144in, so you multiply the square footage by 144. 16*16=256 256*144=36864in
it can grow to an average of 16ft but 24ft or longer is not unusual.
16ft * 12in/ft = 192in
176 square feet is 16.35 square meters.
That's a total of 96 square feet.
To have a chance of answering that one would have to know the amount of water in the pool, the current temperature of the pool and how much you want to heat it to.
You need 13 yrd's of fill
Canoes and kayaks under 16ft