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# What is the volume of pool thirty feet long eighteen feet wide and four feet deep?

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The volume is 30 feet x 18 feet x 4 feet = 2,160 CUBIC feet. OR... 2,160 foot3 x 7.4805 GALLONS/foot3 =16,157.88 Gallons.j3h.

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