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Q: How many cubic feet of water will the pool hold if the entire pool has a depth of 5 feet?

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What's the depth? This is essential to find cubic feet. Depth x width x length = ? Cubic Feer

It is 2250 cubic feet.

There are about 916.5 gallons of water in a pool that is 13 feet in diameter and 3 feet in depth. This is because it has a volume of about 122.5 cubic feet, and there are about 7.48 gallons of water in one cubic foot.

78 feet

To calculate the gallons you also need the average depth. Then you take lenth X width X average depth = cubic feet of water. cubic feet of water X 7.48 {gallons per cubic foot} = total gallons.

That is 1,800 cubic ft.

To calculate the gallons you also need the average depth. Then you take lenth X width X average depth = cubic feet of water. cubic feet of water X 7.48 {gallons per cubic foot} = total gallons.

60x30x8=14400 cubic feet

In order to convert square feet into cubic feet, you need to know the depth of the area. Formula: Length X Width X Depth = Volume. Cubic Feet also equals Volume in the US system for measurements. As in Squares are concerned, then can be cut into cubic measurements, hence cubic feet. Volume is typically referred to with out of square objects such as circles. Square feet is the overall area of the project, minus any depth you may require. Cubic feet incorporates your depth into your planter beds square feet.

Technically, none. A square foot is a measure of area whereas it is the volume of water that is required. To convert from area to volume it is necessary to know the depth. A twelfth of a cubic foot will cover an area of one square foot to a depth of 1 inch. A cubic foot will cover it to a depth of 1 foot, 100 cubic feet will cover it to a depth of 100 feet.

In One Cubic Foot There Is 7.4805 Gallons. To Get Cubic Feet Of A Square Or Rectangle Multiply length X width X depth = Cubic Feet 28 Ft. Length X 14 Ft. Width X 5 Ft. Deep = 1960 Cubic Feet 1960 X 7.4805 = 14,661.8 Gallons

700 sq feet to 2 feet depth = 1400 cubic feet of concrete, which is equal to 51.85185 cubic yards of concrete.

You would measure the swimming pools length, width and depth to determine how many cubic feet of water is in the swimming pool. Length x Width x depth = cubic feet. Then measure the mass of 1 cubic foot of water by building a box 1'x1'x1'. Once you know the mass of 1 cubic foot of water - you'll know the mass of the water in the swimming pool.

If you mean you want to know the volume of water in your pool, you would multiply the length times the width times the depth (in feet). The answer will be in cubic feet, but if you want the answer in gallons, multiply the number of cubic feet by 7.481. If the depth varies (eg., 3 feet at the shallow end to 6 feet at the deep end), you can use an average to get a rough estimate.

This is a volume of 11.9 million (11,900,000) cubic feet.

square feet is length X width, you need depth measurment to get cubic feet.

The depth is 6 feet.

Square feet is a measure of area. It is obtained by multiplying the width by the length. Cubic feet is a measure of volume. It is obtained by multiplying the area (width by the length) by the depth (could also be called height). A measure in cubic feet cannot be converted to square feet, but can be used to calculate square feet by dividing it by the depth. A measure in square feet cannot be converted to cubic feet, but can be used to calculate cubic feet by multiplying it by the depth.

Not possible to say without any information about the depth.

Here's the formula: 27 cubic feet = 1 cubic yard. 1 cubic yard will cover 324 square feet at a depth of 1 inch. 2000 square feet divided by 324 square feet = 6.2 yards (rounded). Another approach: 7 cubic yard X 324 square feet = 2268 square feet of coverage at a depth of 1 inch.

You multiply the width x depth x height of the building in feet to determine cubic feet.

A lot. If you know the depth of the pool, you can actually calculate the volume in cubic feet. Then multiply by 7.48 (the number of gallons per cubic foot) to determine the amount of water in your pool. For example, assuming the average depth of your pool is 5', the volume in cubic feet is (16'x36'x5') 2880, which is 21,542 gallons (2880 x 7.48).

Its internal measurements (width * depth * height) give its volume in cubic feet

It is dependent on the depth of your material. One cubic yard is equal to 27 cubic feet, therefore, you could cover 27 square feet to a depth of one foot or one square foot to a depth of 27 feet. Both scenarios seem rather unlikely. To calculate your coverage, determine your target depth (in inches), and figure out how far one cubic foot will get you, e.g. one cubic foot at three inches of depth will cover four square feet. Multiply four by 27 and you get 108 square feet of coverage at three inches depth. Another way to think about it is my first example of 27 feet at one foot of depth. If you want half that depth, you double the coverage to 54 feet; one third of the depth and you triple the coverage. Good luck.

A pool with diameter (the distance across at its widest point) equal to 33 feet and with a consistent depth of 4 feet holds 25,592.29 gallons of water. The volume (V) of the pool can be expressed as: V = pi*1/2 diameter squared*depth Or in this case: V = pi*16.5 feet squared*4 feet = 3.14159*272.25 feet squared*4 feet = 3421.1915 cubic feet One gallon of water equals .133681 cubic feet. 3421.1915 cubic feet of pool divided by .133681 cubic feet per gallon equals 25,592.29 gallons to fill the pool.