No. Swimming Pools contain water with chlorine
The swimming pools have thermostat heaters and coolers. They control the water tempeature.
To disinfect basically. It preserves the water quality of the swimming pools.
Swimming pools have chlorine to rid of germs in the water such a ;wee and Bogey...eghhh
All of the wading pools I have ever seen in over 20 years in the swimming pool business are very small compared to swimming pools. A wading pool is typically for small children. In general the pools are one foot or less in depth and anywhere from 6 feet to 10 feet circular or in a square. You cannot swim in a normal wading pool. A swimming pool generally starts at 2 and 1/2 feet to 3 feet in depth and goes to 6 feet or 8 feet. You can swim in a swimming pool because you have enough depth of the water to do so.
Swimming pools are dangerous because if you hit your head on the side of the pool and get knocked out, you will go into the water unconcious and drown.
You would measure the swimming pools length, width and depth to determine how many cubic feet of water is in the swimming pool. Length x Width x depth = cubic feet. Then measure the mass of 1 cubic foot of water by building a box 1'x1'x1'. Once you know the mass of 1 cubic foot of water - you'll know the mass of the water in the swimming pool.
Mosquitoes will hatch in swimming pools if the water is stagnant, However if the water is regularly run through filtration and chlorinated this should not be a problem.
Swimming pools in the US are usually measured in gallons. In computing water gallonage of swimming pools in rectangular shapes (measurements must be feet) the formula Length x width x depth x 7.5 = the total gallonage is used.
Yes, yes it is. H2O is also known as water. Water is found in pools.
No, you cant get Head lice from swimming in pools. The water actually kills them, because they'll drowned.
Fiberglass pools are less susceptible to having problems with the finish if your water chemistry is off. They do tend to have some problems with warping that you won't have with a cement pool. The fiberglass liner is usually cheaper also.
When using a starting block in the Olympics swimming pools, the minimum water depth is 1.35 meters, which is 4.43 feet deep. From the end wall the depth can range between 1 meter to 6 meters, or 3.28 feet to 19.69 feet.
Sea water contains lots of dissolved salts. Thus the density of the salty sea water is more than that of water in swimming pools, and the salty water lifts you more than fresh water, which make swimming easier.
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length x width x average depth x 7.5 for a rectangular pool. Odd shaped pools have a different formula.
Raising the pH of the water.
With a big net!
define water ^ what kind of answer is that? "define water." its a simple question. is swimming pool water cold? the water found in swimming pools. now for an answer, water temp varies between pools. some are cold and some are warmer.