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a 4 feet diameter tank holds 94 gallons/foot. Therefore 94 x 3 =282 gallons

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There are 3,634 liters (960 gallons) of water in a pool that is four feet in diameter and 8 feet deep.

5400 gallons

It is not possible to answer the question since the dimensions for the diameter are not given. 15 WHAT? Feet, yards? something else?

It is difficult to determine the capacity of a container without all of the parameters. However, a container that is six feet and diameter, three feet long, and three feet deep will hold about 264 gallons of liquid.

885 gallons.

3982.5 Gallons. Formula is based on diameter x diameter x depth x 5.9

Depends on the depth. If it is 4 feet deep and it is cicular with a diameter of 24 feet then you have approx. 13,553 gallons of water. If it is 3 feet deep then you have approx. 10,152 gallons of water.

My swimming pool holds 1250 gallons. It is 12 feet diameter and 3 feet deep.

846 gallons of water for a cylinder 24 feet in diameter and three inches deep/long.

The pool will hold 4,047.4 gallons of water.

Approx 642665 US gallons.

1,000,000 US gallons is about 134,000 cubic feet. A round tank of 56 feet diameter by 56 feet high will hold 1 million US gallons. Also a round pond of about 413 feet diameter by 1 foot deep.

The volume of this container is found by (PI/4)*(D2)*(DEPTH) or 63.62 ft3 There are approximately 7.48 gallons in 1 cubic foot so the answer would be 475.9 gallons.

You can fit 752.32 gallons of fluid in a cylinder that measures 4 feet in diameter and 8 feet in depth.

Depends on the shape of the pool.

"3 feet round" is not clearly defined: is that the radius, the diameter, or the circumference?

Diameter X Diameter X Depth X 5.9 = number of gallons 25 X 25 X 4 X 5.9 = 14750 gallons

Filled to the top, this well would hold about 956 gallons of water.

Cannot be answered without knowing the diameter of the well.

587.5 US gallons Volume of a cylinder = PI * height * radius * radius 3.14159 * 4 * 2.5 * 2.5 = 78.5398 cubic feet 78.5398 (cubic feet) = 587.5185 US gallons

One foot of water in a round pool with a diameter of six feet is about 211Â½ gallons.

20,304 gallons. I used on online volume calculator to get this answer.

Assuming it is filled to the top, an 18 foot diameter, 3 foot deep pool holds 5,711 gallons. Take the radius in feet (half the diameter), square it, multiply by pi (3.1416) to get area in square feet. Area times depth in feet gives you cubic feet. Cubic feet times 7.481 (gallons per cubic foot) gives you gallons. So: 9^2 (81) times 3.1416 times 3 times 7.481 = 5711.06

Assuming the pool is exactly circular... volume of pool = (pi x 5sq) x 3ft =235.619 cubic feet hence... 235.619 cubic feet = 1762.552 gallons (US) or 1467.631 gallons (UK)

29.45 cubic feet or 183.45 US gallons.