2,592,000 quarts or 648,000 gallons
An Olympic swimming pool must hold a minimum of 2,500,000 liters
it depends on the size of the swimming pool. The average olympic pool contains up to 1,000 gallons of water and 300 gallons of chlorine.
80 quarts. A gallon equals 4 quarts.
Up to 15 quarts
how many a quarts of water hold
Leaves and water.
The average swimming pool will hold about 16,000 gallons of water. This is true for a 2700 cubic foot pool.
Olympic Pools are 50m x 25m x 2m therefore contain 2500m^3 water. 1 tonne = 1000kg, 1litre water = 1 kg, 1m^3 = 1000litres therefore 2500m^3 water = 2500000kg = 2500tonnes
6 quarts would hold 6 quarts, or 1.5 gallons, or 12 pints or 24 cups or 192 fluid ounces.
Depends on how big it is
From what I found 1 tsp = 0.005 liters. The average olympic size swimming pool contains about 2.5 million liters. Dividing 2.5 million by 0.005 and you get 500 million tsp.