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# How do you measure square footage of sides of a pool?

Wiki User

2013-05-06 14:34:41

Total square footage of the sides of a pool = perimeter*depth.

If the depth is not uniform but has a constant gradient, then average depth can be used instead.

For other depth profiles, the calculation becomes more complex.

Total square footage of the sides of a pool = perimeter*depth.

If the depth is not uniform but has a constant gradient, then average depth can be used instead.

For other depth profiles, the calculation becomes more complex.

Total square footage of the sides of a pool = perimeter*depth.

If the depth is not uniform but has a constant gradient, then average depth can be used instead.

For other depth profiles, the calculation becomes more complex.

Total square footage of the sides of a pool = perimeter*depth.

If the depth is not uniform but has a constant gradient, then average depth can be used instead.

For other depth profiles, the calculation becomes more complex.

Wiki User

2013-05-06 14:34:41
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Wiki User

2013-05-06 14:34:41

Total square footage of the sides of a pool = perimeter*depth.

If the depth is not uniform but has a constant gradient, then average depth can be used instead.

For other depth profiles, the calculation becomes more complex.