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Assuming the swimming pool is a rectangular block, just multiply length x width x height. If these measurements are in feet, the volume will be in cubic feet.

If the swimming pool has parts that are deeper than others (it is common to have a shallow part, for children who don't swim well yet), calculate the volume for each part separately, then add the results.

Assuming the swimming pool is a rectangular block, just multiply length x width x height. If these measurements are in feet, the volume will be in cubic feet.

If the swimming pool has parts that are deeper than others (it is common to have a shallow part, for children who don't swim well yet), calculate the volume for each part separately, then add the results.

Assuming the swimming pool is a rectangular block, just multiply length x width x height. If these measurements are in feet, the volume will be in cubic feet.

If the swimming pool has parts that are deeper than others (it is common to have a shallow part, for children who don't swim well yet), calculate the volume for each part separately, then add the results.

Assuming the swimming pool is a rectangular block, just multiply length x width x height. If these measurements are in feet, the volume will be in cubic feet.

If the swimming pool has parts that are deeper than others (it is common to have a shallow part, for children who don't swim well yet), calculate the volume for each part separately, then add the results.

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Assuming the swimming pool is a rectangular block, just multiply length x width x height. If these measurements are in feet, the volume will be in cubic feet.

If the swimming pool has parts that are deeper than others (it is common to have a shallow part, for children who don't swim well yet), calculate the volume for each part separately, then add the results.

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