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# How do you figure the square feet of a round pool?

 +1 vote! +7 you voted Answer by  Darbinater (47) You measure the distance across the pool, the distance from edge to edge throught the midpoint. This is the diameter of the pool. You then halve this distance to give the radius. The area of the pool is then the radius*radius*pi. If the radius was measured in feet then the answer will be in saquare feet.

 +1 vote! +6 you voted Answer by  willard (874) If the pool is circular, then its area is PI*(radius)^2, where PI =3. 14159. If the pool is elliptically shaped, with the long dimension a and short dimension b, its area id PI*a*b.

 +1 vote! +5 you voted Answer by  ktt (355) If the pool is a circle, the area is pi (3. 14) x the radius (half the distance across) x the radius Area= pi*r^2

 +1 vote! +5 you voted Answer by  reliable80 (125) Find the area of a pool by multiplying: 0. 25*3. 14*diameter*diameter. The diameter is the distance across the pool, and should be measured in feet.