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Q: How many gallons of water are in a 4' x 16' pool?

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About 6,042 gallons.

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You would use the following formula: 16 (Dia.ft.) X 16 (Dia.ft.) X 4 (average depth ft.) X 5.9(multiplication factor) = 6041.6 gallons of water

A lot. If you know the depth of the pool, you can actually calculate the volume in cubic feet. Then multiply by 7.48 (the number of gallons per cubic foot) to determine the amount of water in your pool. For example, assuming the average depth of your pool is 5', the volume in cubic feet is (16'x36'x5') 2880, which is 21,542 gallons (2880 x 7.48).

That cannot be known unless the average depth of the pool is provided.

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A round 16-foot wide pool that is four feet deep holds about 6,000 gallons of water.

A pool that is 16'x32'x5' would hold 19,200 gallons of water. You can use a pool volume calculator to help you figure the actual volume of water your pool will hold.

478.75 gallons for each inch of water depth.

A round, 16' diameter 4' deep pool has a capacity of about 6,016 gallons of water.

That depends on how deep it is.

About 6,042 gallons.

A round pool that is 16 feet wide and 48 inches deep holds up to 6,014 gallons of water.

A 16-foot by 32-foot by 4-foot pool can hold up to about 15,320 gallons of water.

A round pool with a 16-foot diameter and a 4-foot depth has a maximum capacity of about 6,016 gallons of water.

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