Q: How many gallons in a 4' x 4' x 2' deep pool?

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1 - There are 7.481 gallons per cubic foot. 2 - The volume of the pool in cubic feet is: Pi*5*(21/2)**2 = 1,731.8 3 - Therefore the number of gallons is: 7.481*1,731.8 = 12,955.62

You need to know the average depth of the pool. the depth of the deep end plus the depth of the shallow end divided by 2 will give an average. The formula for estimating the gallons of water is in a pool is; length times width times average depth times the multiplier 7.5 for a rectangle pool; 6.7 for a oval or free form pool. with this formula a rectangle pool 14X42 6 feet deep end and 3 feet shallow end will be approx. 19,845 gallons

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28 is the diameter of the pool and 4 is the height (depth). 1 cubic foot is approx. 7.48 gallons. A round swimming pool is a cylinder. So: pi x (28/2)2 x 4 = 2463 cubic feet, multiply by 7.48 = 18423.24 gallons

Not knowing the point where the pool begins the transition from 3 feet to 9 feet makes it a little hard to answer. If it slopes directly from 3 to 9 feet the answer would be approximately 56,250 gallons. The calculation for a rectangle pool is: ((Shallow end depth + deep end depth) / 2) * length * width) = pool volume in cubic feet Pool cubic feet * 7.5 = gallons of water the pool holds Not knowing the point where the pool begins the transition from 3 feet to 9 feet makes it a little hard to answer. If it slopes directly from 3 to 9 feet the answer would be approximately 56,250 gallons. The calculation for a rectangle pool is: ((Shallow end depth + deep end depth) / 2) * length * width) = pool volume in cubic feet Pool cubic feet * 7.5 = gallons of water the pool holds

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About 24 gallons.

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A 2-foot round pool with 12 inches of water is holding about 23.6 gallons of water.

there are 231 cubic inches in a gallon of water so there are 598.44 gallons of water in that size pool.

It depends on how deep the water is. Since it's a fairly small pool, let's say you fill it to 1 foot deep. In that case the total volume will be about 262 gallons of water. If you went to 1.5 feet the gallons would be about 392 gallons and if you filled the pool to 2 feet, the gallons would increase to about 523 gallons.

The question cannot be answered because the measurement units are missing. Is the pool 2 feet deep or 2 yards (or 2 metres)?

10,710. 10,710. The calculation for a rectangle pool is: ((Shallow end depth + deep end depth) / 2) * length * width) = pool volume in cubic feet Pool cubic feet * 7.5 = gallons of water the pool holds

1 - There are 7.481 gallons per cubic foot. 2 - The volume of the pool in cubic feet is: Pi*5*(21/2)**2 = 1,731.8 3 - Therefore the number of gallons is: 7.481*1,731.8 = 12,955.62

Can't tell you for two reasons: 1) I don't know how deep this pool is 2) I don't know if there is any water in the pool or not!

You need to know the average depth of the pool. the depth of the deep end plus the depth of the shallow end divided by 2 will give an average. The formula for estimating the gallons of water is in a pool is; length times width times average depth times the multiplier 7.5 for a rectangle pool; 6.7 for a oval or free form pool. with this formula a rectangle pool 14X42 6 feet deep end and 3 feet shallow end will be approx. 19,845 gallons

28 is the diameter of the pool and 4 is the height (depth). 1 cubic foot is approx. 7.48 gallons. A round swimming pool is a cylinder. So: pi x (28/2)2 x 4 = 2463 cubic feet, multiply by 7.48 = 18423.24 gallons

Not knowing the point where the pool begins the transition from 3 feet to 9 feet makes it a little hard to answer. If it slopes directly from 3 to 9 feet the answer would be approximately 56,250 gallons. The calculation for a rectangle pool is: ((Shallow end depth + deep end depth) / 2) * length * width) = pool volume in cubic feet Pool cubic feet * 7.5 = gallons of water the pool holds Not knowing the point where the pool begins the transition from 3 feet to 9 feet makes it a little hard to answer. If it slopes directly from 3 to 9 feet the answer would be approximately 56,250 gallons. The calculation for a rectangle pool is: ((Shallow end depth + deep end depth) / 2) * length * width) = pool volume in cubic feet Pool cubic feet * 7.5 = gallons of water the pool holds