Q: How many gallons of water in a pool 40x15 feet that is 8 feet in the deep end and 3 feet in the shallow end?

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If the pool is 8 feet in the deep end and 3 feet in the shallow end, the total volume will be about 38,507 gallons of water.

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An in-ground pool that is 40 feet by 20 feet with the shallow end being 3ft deep and the deep end being 9ft deep has a volume of approximately 35,900 US gallons. (The depth of variable depth pools is generally calculated by adding the shallow and deep ends and dividing by two).

Length x width x average depth*. Multiply result by 7.48 to determine volume in gallons.* 'average depth' is shallow end + deep end divided by two

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25000 gallons

It can be shallow or deep.

If the pool is 8 feet in the deep end and 3 feet in the shallow end, the total volume will be about 38,507 gallons of water.

20000

You need more information. But, let's assume the pool is 8 feet deep at the deep end and 3 feet at the shallow end. If the pool is rectangular, the total volume will be 28,798 gallons of water.

If the pool is 8 feet in the deep end and 3 feet in the shallow end, the total volume will be about 21,722 gallons of water.

Shallow water is more dense than Deep water. This means that a wave travelling from deep water to shallow water would bend towards the normal. Also, the wave would travel slower in the shallow than in the deep water

there is more animal life in deep and shallow water.

Seahorses tend to like Shallow Waters More than Deep Waters

Deep Water

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Its better to swim in the deep water but if you have a child its safe to swim in the shallow water.