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 2 years ago
SOMEONE HELP PLEASE...AM LITERALLY BEGGING
My family pool is 6 feet deep, 20 feet wide and 20 feet long. My dog pool is 5ft wide, 5ft long and 1.5 feet deep.
What relationship does the volume of the dogs' pool have with the volume of the original family pool? How does this compare to the relationship in the dimensions of the dogs' pool to the dimensions of the family pool?
What is the difference in volume when the pool is filled to the top versus filled to 6 inches below the top?
Was the amount of pool liner material representative of the lateral or surface area of a recta
 2 years ago
SOMEONE HELP PLEASE...AM LITERALLY BEGGING My family pool is 6 feet deep, 20 feet wide and 20 feet long. My dog pool is 5ft wide, 5ft long and 1.5 feet deep. What relationship does the volume of the dogs' pool have with the volume of the original family pool? How does this compare to the relationship in the dimensions of the dogs' pool to the dimensions of the family pool? What is the difference in volume when the pool is filled to the top versus filled to 6 inches below the top? Was the amount of pool liner material representative of the lateral or surface area of a recta

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moongazer
 2 years ago
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