The pool volume as expressed in gallons:


Examples:


What is the volume in gallons of a rectangular pool with a length of 60 feet and a width of 30 feet, having a shallowend depth of 3 feet and a deepend depth of 7 feet?  
We will continue to use a series of 'plugand play' boxes as they are applied in the CPO^{®} class. Just plug the correct number as given by the problem a perform the math (play) as indicated.  
The formula for a pool volume in gallons is: V = A times AD times 7.5
You may wish to look back on the Main Page. Under things to know it gave you  One cubic foot of water contains 7.5 gallons. 

V = x x 7.5 



V = x x 7.5 = 
Just as a reminder, knowing how to calculate volume in gallons is important for determining chemical changes, flow rates, and in some states, bather loads in pools.