Q: Gallons in 10' x 30 pool?

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If it is a rectagular pool, there are approximately 11,496 gallons of water.

A pool that is 15 feet x 30 feet with the average depth of 6 feet is approximately 25,000 gallons.

16 x 30 x 5 x 7.48 gallons/cu ft = 17,950 gallons

To find the gallons in a 30 foot round pool you need to: To take the radius (15) and square it (15 X 15) = 225 X pi 3.14 = 706 X a constant (7.5) = 5298 X the debth 4.5 feet = 23,844 gallons.

Right around 9400 gallons. 3.14 x 10 x 10 x 4 x 7.48

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I have a 10 x 30 pool but i don't seem to need a pump and filter!

If it is a rectagular pool, there are approximately 11,496 gallons of water.

Roughly 84,375 gallons.

A pool that is 15 feet x 30 feet with the average depth of 6 feet is approximately 25,000 gallons.

16 x 30 x 5 x 7.48 gallons/cu ft = 17,950 gallons

The volume of your pool is 29 ft x 30 ft x 5 ft, or 4470 ft3. There are about 7.48 gallons in a cubic foot, so you'll have 4470 ft3 x 7.48 gallons/ft3 or about 33,435.6 gallons.

To find the gallons in a 30 foot round pool you need to: To take the radius (15) and square it (15 X 15) = 225 X pi 3.14 = 706 X a constant (7.5) = 5298 X the debth 4.5 feet = 23,844 gallons.

You would use the following formula: 30 (dia.ft) X 30 (dia.ft.) X 4.66 (avg.depth.ft.) X 5.9 (multiplication factor) = 24,744.6 gallons of water

Right around 9400 gallons. 3.14 x 10 x 10 x 4 x 7.48

3.14 x 12 x 12/4 x 30/12 cu ft x 7.5 gallons per cu ft = 2120 gallons

A swimming pool that measures 12 feet by 30 feet and has an average depth of 6 feet contains approximately 16,157 gallons of water. 12 x 30 x 6 = 2160 cubic feet 1 cubic foot = approximately 7.48 gallons 2160 x 7.48 = 16156.8