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volume conversion
by velgohary on 08/31/04 at 09:51:07

I'm building an inground pool which will hold around 20,000 gallons of water.

Using the conversion of gallons to cubic yards (1 gal=.00495 yd3), I get 99 cubic yards.

Does this make sense given that one material is a liquid and the other is a solid?

Re: volume conversion
by Robert Fogt on 08/31/04 at 16:02:50

cubic yards is not a soild, nor a liquid, it is just a unit of measurement.

Something that is 1 yard long by 1 yard wide by 1 yard tall is 1 cubic yard in volume. It does not matter if it is a liquid or a solid, still the same.

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