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Volume = Length x Width x Height.. basic math.

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To calculate the volume of water needed to fill a rectangular pool, multiply the length, width, and depth together. Assuming the depth is 4 feet, the volume of this pool would be 48 ft x 24 ft x 4 ft = 4,608 cubic feet of water.

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