Q: A tank holds 300 gallons of water and is only a third full of water how long would it take to empty the tank at a rate of 2.5 gallons a minute?

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You need to provide the third dimension. I am guessing your pool is 5 feet deep. If true, your pool holds 19,150.1299 US gallons

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