1. ## [SOLVED] Volume?

Thanks for the help!

The question says:

Giselle is planning a backyard pool, she wants to have it a consitant
depth of 3.5m so diving from the sides will be safe. The shape of the pool is showen in the following diagram. (I attached a picture)
What volume of water is needed to fill the pool?

How do I figure it out?

2. Originally Posted by Shar
The question says:

Giselle is planning a backyard pool, she wants to have it a consitant
depth of 3.5m so diving from the sides will be safe. The shape of the pool is showen in the following diagram. (I attached a picture)
What volume of water is needed to fill the pool?

How do I figure it out?
Work out the area of each of the distinct figures in the image I attached.

Then when you have the total area, multiply it by the depth which is 3.5 metres.

3. Hello,

Divide the surface into 3..

The general formula for such volumes is : $Area \times height$

The height is alwas 3.5. For the area, you can easily calculate it..