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What are the calculations for gallons of water for a round pool?

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2007-04-24 16:24:37
2007-04-24 16:24:37

To calculate your gallons measure the diameter and divide by 2. Take that measurement (radius R). R x R x 3.14 = Area Area x depth x 7.5 = gallons Example: 24 ft. round and 4 ft. deep.= 24 divided by 2=12x12x.14= 452.16 x 4 (ft.deep) x 7.5=13564.8 gallons.

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