Q: How do you calculate how much water it will take to fill a pool that is 27 feet diameter by 4 feet deep?

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There are 3,634 liters (960 gallons) of water in a pool that is four feet in diameter and 8 feet deep.

7,500

The area of a hole 4 feet in diameter and 19 feet deep is: 76 square feet. (4 x 19 = 76).

cylinder 18 feet diameter x 1.5 feet deep volume = 381 cubic feet

He the man emerged wet!!

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There are 3,634 liters (960 gallons) of water in a pool that is four feet in diameter and 8 feet deep.

7,500

The area of a hole 4 feet in diameter and 19 feet deep is: 76 square feet. (4 x 19 = 76).

There is no dirt in a hole that is 3 feet deep and six inches in diameter.

"3 feet round" is not clearly defined: is that the radius, the diameter, or the circumference?

cylinder 18 feet diameter x 1.5 feet deep volume = 381 cubic feet

Cannot be answered without knowing the diameter of the well.

Filled to the top, this well would hold about 956 gallons of water.

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He the man emerged wet!!

Assuming the pool is round, you can calculate the volume of water in the pool using the formula for the volume of a cylinder: V = πr^2h. Given the diameter (8 ft), the radius is half of that (4 ft). If you know the depth of the pool, you can plug that value in for "h" and calculate the volume of water in the pool in cubic feet.