I would say probably around 50-200 gallons.
About 7300 gallons
If 20' is the circumference, then the answer is 833.4 gallons.
It would fill about 91,000 residential in-ground swimming pools.
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.
Kiloliters or gallons depending on sizeo f the pool.
you would have to have the length and the width measurements to determine that
Depends on the pool you're comparing it to..
Your average swimming pool is likely around 20 ft x 30 ft with an average depth of 5 ft (rounding here of course) this would equate to about 22,500 Gallons. 1 cubic foot of water = 7.4805 US Gallons 20 x 30 x 5 x 7.4805 = 22,442
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.
A round swimming pool 12 feet across by 4 feet deep will hold 452 ft3 which converts to 3,381 gallons
To calculate this the depth would also be needed
There is (not approx) 17,543,940,979,332,434 gallons of water within the Atlantic Ocean region. Seventeen Quadrillion Gallons! The Pacific Ocean would be around the 35,000,000,000,000,000 mark.
If a pool was leaking for 12 hours and leaked out 78 gallons of water in total, then it would of leaked out 6.5 gallons every hour. This is a math problem.
One gallon of water weighs about 8.33 pounds. So 67,230 gallons would weigh around 560025.9 lb.
If you filled the pool all the way to the top (54"), it would be holding around 11,708 gallons of water. If you filled to a depth of four feet (48") the volume would be about 10,408 gallons. As a side note, 11,708 gallons of water weighs about 49 tons.
Most newer shower heads restrict water flow to around 3.5 gallons a minute max. . .this would equal around 35 gallons for a 10 minute shower
A 15-foot round pool with 52 inches of water is holding about 5,750 gallons. If the water is only 48" deep, the pool would be holding around 5,310 gallons.
It would take about 4.2 US gallons of water.
A million gallons is really a lot; I would say, an extra-large swimming pool could be large enough.