Q: How much water does a 18 foot by 9 foot by 52 inch pool hold?

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2.75 Imperial gallons.

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A square foot is not going to hold any water, because it's flat. You need a cubic measurements for volume.

At 7.48 gallons per cubic foot that is 3.14x30x30/4x52 x7.48 /12 = 22,900 gallons

Diameter = 1 inch so radius = 0.5 inches.Volume of cylinder = pi*r2*h = pi*(0.5)2*12 = 9.4 cubic inches, approx.

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About 0.35 cubic feet or about 2.6 gallons.

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Since the pool is 1477440 cubic inches, it'll hold about 6395.844 gallons of water.

A square foot is not going to hold any water, because it's flat. You need a cubic measurements for volume.

12 cubic feet