# Fixed* Write a program to determine how many gallons of water it would take to fill your pool if it were perfectly rectangular

I keep getting a syntax error Here is my code #pool dimensions #volume of pool def getVolumeofPool(length, width, depth): pool_volume = pool_length*pool_width*pool_height return pool_volume #Method to calculate and return the total gallons of water required in the pool #based on inpit volume of pool and gallons of water in cubic meter def getWaterRequiredinPool(pool_volume, gallons,_per_cubic_m): gallons_used = pool_length*pool_width*pool_height return gallons_used #Method to calculate and return the water bill based on input #number of gallons of water and cost per unit of gallon def getWaterBill(water_gallons, cost_unit_gallo): water_cost = water_gallons*cost_unit_gallon return water_cost #main method def main(): #declare constants #change the constant values with the #actual values gallons_water_per_cubic_meter = 264.17 cost_per_gallon_water = 1.5/100 #input pool dimensions length = float(input('10:') width = float(input('5:') depth = float(input('5:') #calculate volume of pool pool_volume = getVolumeOfPool(length, width, depth) #calculate the total gallons of water required to fill pool gallons_used = getGallonsofWaterRequiredInPool(pool_volume, \ GALLONS_WATER_PER_CUBIC_METER) #calculating water bill water_cost = getWaterBill(total_water_gallons, COST_PER_GALLON_WATER) #print results print('\nVolume of the pool is: %.2f cubic meter'%(pool_volume)) print('Gallons of water needed to fill the pool is: %.2f'% \ total_water_gallons) print('Total water bill to fill the pool \nat a rate of $%.2f per 1000 gallons is: $%.2f' \ %((COST_PER_GALLON_WATER*1000), water_bill)) main()