# Volume in the m3 of a pool?

Question asked by: Ruth4409

Asked on: 09 Apr 2009

Volume is a cubic measure, meaning that you need to multiply together all three of the numbers for width, height and breadth in order to derive a volume as it is a three dimensional measure.

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Replied at: 14 Apr 2009

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