How Heavy Is Water?

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That depends on the amount of water you have. One gallon weighs about 8 lbs. This means that if you have a swimming pool which is 16 feet by 32 feet and about 8.5 feet deep, all the water it contains will weigh around 176,168 lbs.!
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Water weighs 8.345 pounds (3.785 kilograms) per gallon and 62.427 pounds (28.316 kilograms) per cubic foot. However, a pound of water weighs as much as a pound of anything else. You can find more information here: http://www.fourmilab.ch/hackdiet/www/subsection1_4_2_0_7.html
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