Depends on how deep the pool is. Every square foot that is one foot deep has 7.5 gallons in it. So if the pool is 4 feet deep, you'll have 30 gallons for every square foot. A cubic foot actually is 7.481 gallons, or 7.48
7,480.52 gallons for every inch of depth
Depends how deep
That cannot be determined without knowing the depth of the pool.
This pool has a capacity of about 13,540 gallons of water.
An 18000 gallon pool has approximately 8 gallons per square foot. The actual amount of water varies based on the depth of the pool itself which is used to calculate cubic feet or volume.
A 16-foot by 32-foot by 4-foot pool can hold up to about 15,320 gallons of water.
8000 Gallons -- ANSWER -- For every foot of water in the pool there is 1,585 imperial gallons.
To discover the number of gallons of water in an 850 square foot pool, we'll need to know the depth of the pool. For a pool with 850 square feet and a known depth in feet, we'll find the volume by multiplying 850 ft2 by the depth in feet. With the answer in hand (and it will be in ft3 because we'll have a volume of water), we can find the number of gallons. There are about 7.48 gallons of water in a cubic foot. By multiplying our volume in ft3 by 7.48 (which is the conversion factor), we'll have discovered the volume of the pool in gallons.
This pool holds a maximum of about 10,360 gallons of water.