Use this formula: Diameter x Diameter x Average Depth x 5.9 = Total Gallons
The average swimming pool will hold about 16,000 gallons of water. This is true for a 2700 cubic foot pool.
The pool holds 7,600 gallons of water
To give you an idea, a 36-foot by 18-foot by 5-foot deep pool takes about 24,000 gallons of water to fill.
It depends. How deep is the pool?
598 Imperial gallons, approx.
To fill it to the top you will need 9,558 gallons of water.
The volume of the pool is 1385.45 cu ft for a maximum capacity of 10,364.5 gallons of water.
That's 27 cf of water. And, at 7.48 gal/cf, that gives you... 201.96 gallons, or 202 gallons rounded...
3.35 feet 18 x 18 x 3.35 x 5.9 = 6403 gallons
A third dimension is required, but you can figure about 900 gallons for every foot in the third dimension.
A 12-ft round pool with depth of 2 ft has a capacity of 1,692.2 gallons of water.
7.48 US gallons of water.
Depends how deep
The area of the pool would be 1440 cubic feet. There are 7.4805 gallons per cubic foot. Doing the math, there would be 10771.92 gallons of water in your 15 X 24 X 4 foot swimming pool.
If the bottom is flat and level, then it takes 239.38 gallons for each inch of the water's depth.
It requires 73 gallons of water to fill a 6 inch x 50 foot hose
depends how deep
A 12-foot round pool filled with 3 feet of water contains 2,549 gallons water. If you fill it to 4 feet deep it changes to about 3,400 gallons.