measure the height and dia of cyl. in cm. then calculate the area by PiXDXD/4. Volume =areaXheight in cubic cm. 1 lt =1000 cubic cm. Using this determine the volume in Lts.
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No way of knowing without the depth of the tank and the area in Feet Squared. (Not 366 foot)
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1. Divide the number of cubic inches by 61 cubic inches per liter to find the number of liters. For example, if you had 122 cubic inches, you would divide 122 cubic inches by 61 cubic
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1. Measure the width and length of your pool. You may need a friend to hold one end of the measuring tape. If your pool is very long or wide, you may need to reposition the tape several
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