# How much water is in a 25 meter pool?

Table of Contents

- 1 How much water is in a 25 meter pool?
- 2 What is the area of water on the surface of a swimming pool 50 m in length and 25 m across?
- 3 What is the length and width of a swimming pool?
- 4 How big is a standard swimming pool?
- 5 How do you measure the surface area of a pool?
- 6 How do you calculate maximum pool capacity?
- 7 How many meters is a pool?
- 8 How wide is a pool?

## How much water is in a 25 meter pool?

“Example 1: Pool Dimensions: Length 25 metres Width 10 metres Depth 1 metres to 2 metres (average 1.5 metres) Volume = 25 × 10 x 1.5 = 375 cubic metres One cubic metre is equal to 1000 litres therefore the volume of the example above is 375 000 litres.”

## What is the area of water on the surface of a swimming pool 50 m in length and 25 m across?

What is the area of water on the surface of a swimming pool 50 m in length and 25 m across? A. 75 sq. m.

**How do you calculate the mass of water in a swimming pool?**

Ely, The volume of water in the pool is length × width × depth. Since your dimensions are in feet this will give the volume in cubic feet. Water weighs 62.4 pounds per cubic foot so to find the weight in pounds, multiply the volume by 62.4.

### What is the length and width of a swimming pool?

Volume. Olympic-size swimming pool are approximately 50 m or 164 feet in length, 25 m or 82 feet in width, and 2 m or 6 feet in depth.

### How big is a standard swimming pool?

Most rectangular pools are about twice as long on one side as they are on the other, with an average depth of around 5.5 feet. Typical swimming pool dimensions are 10 x 20, 15 x 30, and 20 x 40. When you think of a backyard pool, you think of a rectangular pool that’s about twice as long as it is wide.

**How do I calculate the area of a pool?**

With a square or rectangular shape, the formula for calculating area is simply to multiply length times width. So a pool that is 40 feet long and 30 feet wide will have a surface area of 1,200 square feet (40 x 30).

## How do you measure the surface area of a pool?

- FORMULAS. Surface Area (Circle): Radius x Radius x 3.14 (Radius = Diameter / 2) Surface Area (Rectangle/Square): Length x Width.
- EXAMPLE. A rectangular pool is 50 feet long by 20 feet wide. The shallow end is 3 feet deep and the deep end is 7 feet deep.
- ANSWERS. Surface Area = 1,800 square feet Volume = 81,000 Gallons.

## How do you calculate maximum pool capacity?

If the maximum depth of the pool is 5 feet, it can accommodate: 1,300 ÷ 20 = 65 people. If the entire pool is more than 5 feet deep, the capacity increases to: 1,300 ÷ 15 = 86 people. If only half of the pool is more than 5 feet deep, the capacity is: (650 ÷ 20) + (650 ÷ 15) = 76 people.

**What is the mass of a swimming pool?**

If you have an average size swimming pool that holds 15,000 gallons of water your swimming pools water would would weigh 125,100 pounds. All you must do is multiply the number of gallons of water by 8.34 to get your total weight.

### How many meters is a pool?

But in a pool, it gets a little tricky, because pools vary in size: Olympic pools are 50 meters long. “Short-course” pools are 25 meters long. Most college and high school swimming pools in the U.S. are 25 yards long.

### How wide is a pool?

The Pool’s Size and Purpose For a lap pool, the average size is about 10 feet wide and 50 feet long, which is pretty large. However, the average size for a smaller in-ground pool can range from 10 feet by 20 feet, and a larger pool is about 20 feet by 40 feet.

**What is a good size swimming pool in meters?**

“Standard” pool sizes 6×3 metre pools (also 6×2 and 6×4 metre pools), i.e. an area of 18m² 7×3 metre pools (also 7×4 and 7×5 metre pools), i.e. an area of 21m² 8×4 metre pools (also 8×3 and 8×5 metre pools), i.e. an area of 32m² 9×4 metre pools (also 9×3 and 9×5 metre pools), i.e. an area of 36m²