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Answered 2011-07-01 00:41:28

As you fill it, a square 12-ft x 12-ft pool takes 1,077.2 gallons

for every 1 foot deep.

To fill it to the 10-ft rim will take 10,772gallons.


If you want to watch the thrilling drama unfold on your water meter, the meter

is probably marked in cubic feet. The pool takes 144 cubic feet of water for each

foot deep, and 1,440 cubic feet to fill it to 10-ft deep.

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