846 gallons of water for a cylinder 24 feet in diameter and three inches deep/long.
Depends on the shape of the pool.
29.45 cubic feet or 183.45 US gallons.
There is no dirt in a hole that is 3 feet deep and six inches in diameter.
A cylinder 50 feet in height and 6 inches in diameter can hold up to 73.44 gallons of water.
15 Foot diameter ? 35.5 inches = 2.9583 feet (approx) Volume (cubic feet ) = pi * 7.52 * 2.9583 = 522.755 cubic feet = 3910.6 (US) gallons = 3256.3 (imperial) gallons (results approximate)
One foot of water in a round pool with a diameter of six feet is about 211Â½ gallons.
A round hole 12" in diameter and 54" deep has a volume of about 3.5 cubic feet.
There are 3,634 liters (960 gallons) of water in a pool that is four feet in diameter and 8 feet deep.
The answer will depend on whether the depth is in feet or inches or some other units.
a 4 feet diameter tank holds 94 gallons/foot. Therefore 94 x 3 =282 gallons