More information is needed to calculate the volume of water in a pool this size.
Here is thhe formula so you can fillin the blanks and do the math yourself:
Length X Width X Average Depth X 7.5 = Volume
L X W X AD = V
10 X 10 ___ = V
To obtain AD measure the depth of the water at on end of the pool and also at the other end of the pool. Add the two numbers together, then divide by two to get your average. Use this number in the formula for AD.
Complete the multiplication and you will have your water volume.
How many gallons of water for a 15'x30' swimming pool?
About 7300 gallons
660,000 gallons of water
I would say probably around 50-200 gallons.
250,000 gallons. :)
depends on size.
The average swimming pool will hold about 16,000 gallons of water. This is true for a 2700 cubic foot pool.
If 20' is the circumference, then the answer is 833.4 gallons.
Depends on the pool you're comparing it to..
you would have to have the length and the width measurements to determine that
it depends on the size of the swimming pool. The average olympic pool contains up to 1,000 gallons of water and 300 gallons of chlorine.
The area of the pool would be 1440 cubic feet. There are 7.4805 gallons per cubic foot. Doing the math, there would be 10771.92 gallons of water in your 15 X 24 X 4 foot swimming pool.
Approximately 4,400 gallons.
That depends on the depth of the swimming pool, and also on its exact shape.
It depends on your water companies measure of 1 unit. In my area 1 unit is equal to 748 gallons of water. so 40 units would be: 40units X 748 gallons = 29,920 gallons of water. Just about the amount of water you would use to fill up an average swimming pool.
To calculate this the depth would also be needed