Q: How many gallons of water in 15ftx30ft 54in deep pool?

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15,320.1 US gallons of water.

1234.29 gallons of water

1 acre = 43560 sq.feet. 1 foot deep water over an acre is 43560 cubic feet, which is 325851.4 gallons in 1 foot deep. If it is 1 inch deep (1/12 foot) then it is 27154.3 gallons in 1 inch deep.

359 gallons for every inch the water is deep.

This pool can hold a maximum of about 5,707.6 gallons of water.

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15,320.1 US gallons of water.

Approximately 8,146,286 gallons of water.

If the pond is uniformly 6-feet deep it would contain about 1,955,109 gallons of water.

There are 27,154 gallons of water in one acre of land that is one inch deep.

489.76 gallons of water.

Up to 168.3 gallons of water.

1234.29 gallons of water

Alittle under 10,000 gallons.

A 4-foot column of water that is 1-foot deep would contain 4 cubic feet of water. To convert this to gallons, you would multiply by 7.48 (since 1 cubic foot is approximately 7.48 gallons). Therefore, a 4-foot column of water 1-foot deep would be approximately 29.92 gallons.

1 acre = 43560 sq.feet. 1 foot deep water over an acre is 43560 cubic feet, which is 325851.4 gallons in 1 foot deep. If it is 1 inch deep (1/12 foot) then it is 27154.3 gallons in 1 inch deep.

21.76 US gallons of water.

This pool can hold a maximum of about 5,707.6 gallons of water.