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Q: Is a swimming pool 80000 ml or 80000 l?

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80,000 millilitres would be 80 litres -- enough for a bathtub but not a swimming pool which would be more likely to hold 80,000 litres or 80 cubic metres of water, equivalent to a pool, say, eight metres long, five metres wide and two metres deep. it depends on how big it is

80,000 liters is more likely. 80,000 milliliters is equivalent to 80 liters, that would be like 8 buckets of water. 80,000 liters (80 cubic meters) can be obtained (for example) by multiplying a depth of 2 meters, by a width of 10 meters and a length of 40 meters. Of course, swimming pools can come in different sizes.

i think 10 L or 9 L

L + W = P/2 ie 162 ft. If W = 93 L must be 69. This pool is wider than it is long!?

William L. Terry has written: 'A guide for planning the school and college swimming pool and natatorium'

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l and ml

1 L = 1,000 mL 2 L = 2,000 mL 3 L = 3,000 mL . . 7 L = 7,000 mL 7.3 L = 7,300 mL

L x W x avg. depth x 7.5

3750 L to take up swimming pool 50 times 25 = 1250 1250 times 3 = 3750.

1000 mL = 1 L(0.0698 L)(1000 mL / L) = 69.8 L

A liter(L) is bigger. One liter(L) is equivalent to 1,000 milliliter(mL).

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