How many gallons of water do you need to fill a 14 x 24 ft pool so the deep end is about 5 and a half ft deep and the shallow end is 3 ft deep?
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
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35,OOO Gals, If it has sloping sides then 29,000 gals. If anyone needs there pool gals calculated we do it for free. Crystal Clear Pools and Spas www.ccpoolspa.com JP
How many gallons of water are in a 15 x 33 feet pool that is 6 feet at the deep end and 3 feet in the shallow end?
Answer . Your average depth works out to about 4.5 feet. The gallons in a pool is equal to Length x Width x Average Depth x 7.5. \nSo your pool has 33x15x4.5x7.5, which is 16700 gallons (16706.25 by calculation).
How many gallons of water are in a grecian pool that is 34 ft x 16ft with a deep end of 8ft and a shallow end of 3.5 ft?
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 to7.5. k
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Approximately 13-14,000 gallons . Volume of cylinder = 3.1415 * r * r * h . Radius (r) = 1/2 * Diameter. . 24 ft pool has a radius of 12 ft, . Volume of pool = 3.1415 * 12 * 12 * 4 = 1809.504 cubic feet . Each cubic foot contains 7.48052 gallons . So, 1809.504 cubic feet * 7.48052 gallons/cu…bic foot = 13,544 gallons . In general, for any circular pool, the number of gallons is... (Diameter/2) * (Diameter/2) * Height * 23.5 where Diameter and height are expressed in feet ( Full Answer )
When you say 18 ft round, does that mean 18 feet diameter, radius, or circumference? I am going to assume its the diameter. The radius is half the diameter (9 ft from the center). pi * radius * radius is the area of the pool. 3.14 * 9 * 9 = 254.34 cubic feet of space in your pool. A quick search on …Google says one cubic foot is equivelent to 7.48 gallons of liquid. Therefore 254.34 cubic feet * 7.48 gallons is 1902.46. Your pool will take 1902.46 gallons to fill to the top. If your pool has a radius of 18 feet then replace 9 with 18 and do the calculations over again. If its circumference then replace 9 with 2.87. I highly doubt a pool would be 5 feet wide and 4 feet deep, but hey if that's what you got then that's the number you'll need to use. Hope this helps. Answer on must also include the debth of 4'. So multiply your answer by 4 ( Full Answer )
How many gallons of water do you need to fill an 18 x 28 foot pool so the deep end is about 9 feet and the shallow end is 3 feet deep?
Answer . \nwithout knowing the actual lengths of the shallow and deep ends, nothing more than a very loose ballpark number is possible.
pool gallons 7630.2 How do you get that (D2)x(D2)x3.14 Averagedepth x 7.5. In your case 18x18x3.14+4x7.5= 7630.2 . . ++++ . NO! Sorry, but that lot is all wrong. . The formula for volume is wrong, and there is no addition in iteither. The volume of a cylinder is pi*r^2*H (or depth here, forH), wh…ere r is the Radius. . So the volume is 3.142 x 9 x 9 x 4 = . 1018.01 cubic feet (assuming 4 feet is the water depth and isconstant across the pool). . Now multiply that by the number of gallons (US ones?) in 1cu.ft. to find the water capacity. ( Full Answer )
How many gallons of water are needed to fill a 20 foot long by 10 foot wide free form pool 3 x 10 feet on the shallow end and 6 x 10 feet on the deep end?
Answer . 1 cubic foot =7.48 gallons.. Your description is a little vague, though... assuming that it's 20 feet long and the shallow is is 10 feet long.... 10 ft x 20 ft x 3 ft= 720 cubic feet which is 720 cu ft x 7.48 ga= 5386 gallons.. That would leave the remaining amount of water at 35-12=2…3 So: 23 ft x 20 ft x 10 ft = 4600 x 7.48= 34408. Total water= 39794 gallons.. However, that's assuming that it's a 90 degree drop from the 3 foot section to the 10 foot section. The slope will affect the amount of water in the pool. This should give you a rought estimate, though. ( Full Answer )
How many gallons of water does a rectangle pool hold that is 18 x 36 feet and 8 and a half feet on the deep end and 3 feet on the shallow end?
Answer . Hard to say exactly but you can get a rough estimate with the information you gave by assuming that it's a constant downsloping grade from one end of the pool to the other. Using that, then you'll have roughly 15700 gallons.
If the depth of a 40ft by 20ft rectangular pool varies from 9ft at the deep end to 4ft at the shallow end how many gallons of water will fill it?
Answer . If we assume that the bottom of the pool is a flat surface, then its average depth is 6.5 feet. Its capacity is therefore:. 6.5 x 4 x 9 = 5200 cubic feet.. The number of gallons to which this is equivalent depends on the type of gallon. There are about 6.23 Imperial UK gallons to the c…ubic foot, yielding an answer just short of 32390.. However, there are 7.48 U.S. liquid gallons per cubic foot, and this gives us a figure of nearly 38899. ( Full Answer )
Answer . It's been along time but I thing one cubic foot = 3 Gallons. Multiply 12x30x3=1080 Cubic feet. 1080x3=3240 gallons. I may be wrong about the gallons per cubic foot. . Answer . It's been along time but I think one cubic foot = 3 Gallons. Multiply 12x30x3=1080 Cubic feet. 1080x3=3240… gallons. I may be wrong about the gallons per cubic foot. ( Full Answer )
How many gallons of water does it take to fill a rectangle pool 18x36 with a 3 foot shallow end and a 8 foot deep end?
Assuming brim-full, 30x3 = 90 ft 2 30x4/2= 60ft 2 90+60=150ft 2 150x15=2250ft 3 2250ft 3 = 14014.8675 UK gallons 2250ft 3 = 16831.17 US gallons Answer: area on top = (18x36) ft squared = 648 ft^2 vol of top section = 648x3 = 1944ft^3 vol of (bottom) diagonal section is: 0.…5(36x18).(8-3) = 1620ft^3 total vol = 1944 + 1620 = 3564ft cubed 3564 (feet cubed) = 22 199.5604 Imperial gallons what I did was split the volume of the pool into two sections and deal with them independently as two separate shapes. ( Full Answer )
Answer 1000 gallons is way off. The formula for acquiring the number of gallons a pool contains is the following: 1) Multiply the length x width (in this case 35w x 90length = 3150 square foot. 2) Figure out the average depth by adding the deep end and the shallow end together (ex. what is the dept…h in the shallowest end and what is the depth in the deepest end). If it is a rectangle pool it's easy to figure (in this case you gave the depth at 3 ft., I will assume that is 3 ft. all the way around) 3) After adding the deep end with the shallow end divide by two. This gives you the "average" depth of the pool as a whole (once again, in this case the only number you've given is 3. If the whole pool is 3 ft. deep then the average depth is 3 ft. deep) 4) Now, multiply the square footage with the average depth (in this case, 3150 x 3 = 9450. 5) You then multiply that number by the constant of 7.5 (in this case 9450 x 7.5 give you 70,875 gallons of water) Your answer to how many gallons of water are in a 35 x 90 foot pool is 70,875. Answer almost 1,000 gal ( Full Answer )
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 ( Full Answer )
How many gallons of water do you need to fill a 18x36 foot pool so the deep end is about 8 foot deep and the shallow end is 3 foot deep?
box = 18 x 36 x 3 = 1944 cu ft wedge = 1/2 x 5 x 36 x 18 = 1620 cu ft total = 3564 cu ft = 26661 us gal
Just a little over 17,000 gallons.. Simple / Quick / & Fairly acurate way to check round & oval pools is:. Length x Width x Heigth x 5.9 = Gallons. 27ft x 27ft x 4ft x 5.9 = 17,204.4 gallons
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, 15*15*4*5.9=5000 gallons
How many gallons of water do you need to fill a 16 x 32 ft pool so the deep end is 8.5 ft deep and the shallow end is 3 ft deep?
some where in the area of 19,000 gal.. I figured the average depth to be 5-3/4 feet. Not knowing how much of the 32' is the deep end ! I guesed at 50%, and deducted 600gal for the slope, I asume the bottom does not drop from 3 feet to 8.5, But slopes in some manner? At any rate some where around 19…,000 gal is close enouht for shock treatments and ect. ( Full Answer )
45,000 litres Could have sworn question asked GALLONS... Easiest way to close enough answer is Diameter * Diameter * average depth * 5.9, in this case: 24 * 24 * 4 * 5.9 = 13,593 gallons. For pool chemical dosing, round it to nearest 500 gallons, in this case 13,500 gallons is close enough.
How many gallons of water do you need to fill a 29 x 50 ft pool with a deep end of 9 ft and a shallow end of 3 ft?
Assuming the depth is gradual, resulting in an average of 6 feet, and the pool is rectangular, I believe you would need approx. 65,000 gallons to fill the pool. To figure it, I multiplied Length X Width X Height (Depth), I just averaged the depth to six feet, this gave me 8,700 cubic feet, multipl…y that by 7.48 (Gallons per Cubic Foot) this gives an estimated volume of 65,076 U.S. Gal. Hope this helps. ( Full Answer )
A swimming pool is 3 ft deep in the shallow end the bottom of the pool has a steady downward drop of 12 degrees if the pool is 50 feet long how deep is it at the deep end?
13'7", but why? You wouldn't build a pool like that, it's not really safe.. well i got alot of pbunnies
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If a pool is 20 ft x 40 ft 9 ft deep in the deep end and 3 ft deep in the shallow end how many gallons of water does it hold.?
This is a standard size pool for both gunite and concrete, however the depth is more than likely 10 feet. If so, the pool holds 31,000 gallons.
How many gallons of water in a pool 15 x 30 feet that is 5 ft in the deep end and 3 feet in the shalow end?
Breaking it up into a rectangular and triangular prism, it is: 30*15*3 + 0.5*30*15*2 = 1800 cubic feet This converts to 13,465 US gallons, or 50,970 Litres. This is an approximation that assumes the water comes right to the brim of the pool, and that the floor of the pool is a constant diag…onal. But it should be pretty accurate. ( Full Answer )
\nUsing 24 feet x 4.5 feet as true measurements it would take 15,220 gallons of water to fill the pool.
How many gallons in a 20x40 foot pool 10ft deep in deep end and 4 ft deep in shallow end with slope at 7 ft?
40 20 4 3,200 vol 1 15 20 6 1,800 vol 2 10 20 3 0.5 300 vol 3 15 20 3 0.5 450 vol 4 sum the four volumes 5,750 cu-ft converts to 43,000 gal
How many gallons are in a pool 18 feet x 38 feet that is 5 feet in the deep end and 3 feet in the shallow end?
That is not enough information to tell you how many gallons are in the pool. The length/width of the deep/shallow end individually are needed for an approximation. I can give you the min and max gallons of the pool though. A gallon is 231/1728 cu. ft. Assuming the whole pool was 5 ft deep:… 18 ft X 38 ft X 5 ft = 3420 cu. ft = 457.1875 gallons maximum. Assuming the whole pool was 3 ft deep: 18 X 38 ft X 3 ft = 2052 cu. ft = 274.3125 gallons minimum. ( Full Answer )
there are 231 cubic inches in a gallon of water so there are 598.44 gallons of water in that size pool.
First find the volume of this pool when full: V = l * w * h = 12 * 24 * 5 = 1440 cubic feet Then use the conversion factor 1 (cubic foot) = 7.48051948 US gallons. Multiply 1440 * 7.481, yielding a total of approximately 10771 gallons of water.
5 ft x 3 ft x 3 ft = 45 ft 3 1 ft 3 ~= 7.481 gallons 45 ft 3 * 7.481 gallons/ft 3 ~= 336.6 gallons
Diameter X Diameter X Depth X 5.9 = number of gallons 25 X 25 X 4 X 5.9 = 14750 gallons
The formula for volume is l*w*h, where l is the length of the pool, w is the width, and h is the height. So this pool is 24 feet long I wager, and its is 4 feet deep. so it would be 24*4*x, x being the width. Hope this helped (:
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.
1 gallon = 0.133680556 cubic feet 4 foot depth and assuming 24 feet is the h * w 24 * 4 = 96 cubic feet if, 96 ft^3 then = 96/.133680556 = little over 718 gallons
(pi).(Radius) 2 .Dpth = 3.14*12 2 *3 = 1356 ft 3 (Sorry, I'm not familiar with "ft 3 to gallons"). Please note that 'radius' is equal to half of the 'diameter' value (the squared value of 'half' is 0.25, so a big difference: 340 ft 3 )
area of a circle equals pi * radius so 3.14 * 9ft * 9ft = 254.34 square ft 254.34 square ft * 4 ft deep = 1017.36 cubic ft since there are 7.48 gallons in 1 cubic ft of water, multiply 1017.36 * 7.48 = 7609.85 gals of water in the 18 ft round by 4 ft deep pool
17*35*5= 2975 cubic feet 1 cubic foot â 7.48 gallons So, 2975 cubic feet â 22253 gallons
(10' x 4' x 3') = 120 ft 3 x (1,728 in 3 per ft 3 ) / (231 in 3 per gallon) = 897.662 gallons (rounded)
How many gallons of water in an in ground pool that is 15 x 32 feet that 3 ft in shallow and 6 ft in deep end?
Length x width x average depth x multiplier Length: 32 Width: 15 Average depth: ((6+3)/2) = 4.5 Multiplier: 7.5 15 x 32 x 4.5 x 7.5 = 16200
the correct answer is 13,593.6 gallons. To figure out the number of gallons needed for a round pool, you Take the Diameter times the Diameter, then times that by the average depth, and then times that by 5.9...... the answer is below 24 X 24=576 X 4=2304 X 5.9= 13,593.6 gallons and if you're wo…ndering how much all that water weighs 1 gallon of water weighs 8.35lbs. 13593.6 X 8.35 So 13,593.6 gallons of water weights 113,370.6 lbs. ( Full Answer )
How many gallons of water do you need to fill a sixteen by thirty-two ft pool the deep end is 5 ft and the shallow end is 3 ft deep?
We have to assume that the bottom slopes evenly ... flat with a steady-slope from one end to the other, with no breaks or "landings". Then we can use the average depth of 4-ft for the whole pool. Volume = (16' x 32' x 4') = 2,048 cubic feet = 15,320 gallons (rounded)
Volume of a cylinder = (pi) (radius) 2 (height) Radius = 6.5-ft Height = 3-ft 6-in = 3.5-ft Volume = (pi) (6.5) 2 (3.5) = 464.56 cubic feet = 3,475 gallons full to the brim.
How many gallons of water does a 38 X 22 ft By 3 ft Deep in shallow end by 8 ft Deep in the deep end hold?
All you have to do to find the volume of a swimming pool is multiply the length x width x average depth x gallons in a cubic foot (7.48). In your case it would be 38x22x5.5x7.48=34,393 gallons.
First calc Total Gal in the top 1 ft. 480 sf x 1 ft deep = 480 ft3 div by 12 (12" in the top 1 ft). 40 ft3 in that top 1 in. 40 ft3 x 7.48 gal/ft3 = 299.2 gal in that 1"
Assuming 10 feet is the diameter: volume of a cylinder is v=pi*r*r*d=pi*5*5*2.5=62.5*pi cubic feet ~ 196.3495 cubic feet If 10 is the circumference then: c=pi*d 10=pi*d 10/pi=d r=5/pi v=pi*r*r*d v=pi*(5/pi)*(5/pi)*2.5=pi*[62.5/(pi*pi)]=62.5/pi cubic feet ~ 19.894 cubic feet
Assuming the pool is rectangluar (and not an oval or some other shape), then the volume is 2,875,392 cubic inches. There are 231 cubic inches in a gallon, so the pool holds 12,447.58 gallons of water.
You have 16 x 32 x 8 = 4096 cu ft There are 7.48 gallons in a cubic foot 4096 x 7.48 =30,638 gallons 30638 gallons/8 gallons per minute = 3830 minutes = 63.8 hours, or 2.66 days
How many gallons of water are in a pool 17 x 35 feet that is 8.5 feet in the deep end and 3 feet in the shallow end?
Volume = (length) x (width) x (depth). IF the bottom slopes uniformly ... no flats or sudden drop-offs ... then we can use the average depth of (8.5 + 3) / 2 = 5.75 feet. Volume = (35) x (17) x (5.75) = 3,421.25 = 25,592.73 gallons (rounded) That would be the volume of the pool,… if the bottom slopes uniformly from one end to the other. I have no way of knowing how much water is in it. ( Full Answer )
About 3 cubic yards (specifically 2.963 cubic yards). The volume is 80 cubic feet (4 x 5 x 4) divided by 27 cubic feetper yard (cubic yard).