# What is the depth of the pool for michale phelphs?

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Total square footage of the sides of a pool = perimeter*depth. If the depth is not uniform but has a constant gradient, then average depth can be used instead. For other depth profiles, the calculation becomes more complex. Total square footage of the sides of a pool = perimeter*depth. If the depth is not uniform but has a constant gradient, then average depth can be used instead. For other depth profiles, the calculation becomes more complex. Total square footage of the sides of a pool = perimeter*depth. If the depth is not uniform but has a constant gradient, then average depth can be used instead. For other depth profiles, the calculation becomes more complex. Total square footage of the sides of a pool = perimeter*depth. If the depth is not uniform but has a constant gradient, then average depth can be used instead. For other depth profiles, the calculation becomes more complex.

You need to specify the three dimensions of the pool; assuming that the pool is rectangular and of constant depth, you multiply the height,width and depth (in metres) to calculate the volume of the pool in cubic metres. Each cubic metre contains 1000 litres. It is not possible to figure that out with the given information. One would need to know the diameter of the pool (or the width and length if rectangular) AND the depth of the pool. However, if this is the diameter of the pool, then you will have approximately 1423 liters of water per foot of depth of the pool.