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Q: Why would you measure a pool in cubic feet?

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Cubic yards.

The amount (volume) of water is measured in gallons or cubic feet.

cubic meters

You would measure the swimming pools length, width and depth to determine how many cubic feet of water is in the swimming pool. Length x Width x depth = cubic feet. Then measure the mass of 1 cubic foot of water by building a box 1'x1'x1'. Once you know the mass of 1 cubic foot of water - you'll know the mass of the water in the swimming pool.

Do you mean cubic feet? If mean square feet you need to multiply by the average depth of the pool. This would give you cubic feet. Then you would convert cubic feet to gallons. I think there are approx. 7.5 gallons/cubic ft. So...if you meant cubic feet then it would equal approx 260,000 gallons. WOW, that's a big pool.

3,342 cubic feet.

The volume of the swimming pool in cubic feet would be 800 cubic feet: length x width x height = volume 10 feet x 10 feet x 8 feet = 800 cubic feet (10 x 10 = 100; 100 x 8 = 800)

Approx 88287 cubic feet.

2,272.6 cubic feet.

A 15,000-gallon pool has a volume of about 2,005 cubic feet.

measure length x width x height. this will give cubic feet. find out how many cubic feet a gallon of water is and divide it into your measurments. this will give ya cubic feet of water

Milliliters Very amusing - I hope it's not a swimming-pool! Litres, at least, for a pool. Possibly cubic metres instead (1 cubic metre holds 1000 litres).

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