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A square foot is not going to hold any water, because it's flat. You need a cubic measurements for volume.

Q: How much water does a square foot hold?

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There is not enough information. What is the height of the pool? The pool area is 648 square feet.

It holds 702 cubic feet.

! Square foot = 0.092903 square meters.

2.75 Imperial gallons.

We can't be sure - we need another dimension. If the Pool is 20 feet long by 48 feet wide, we need to know how deep it is - a 2 foot deep pool will not hold as much as a 10 foot deep pool. If the pool is not a uniform depth, there are formulae used to determin how much water the pool will hold. Try calling Anthony. Or Esther Williams.

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There is not enough information. What is the height of the pool? The pool area is 648 square feet.

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Depends on the structural integrity of the deck.

enough

It holds 702 cubic feet.

The answer will depend on 4 inch slab of what material!