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Multiply acre-ft by 325,900 to get gallons. So your answer would be about 138 billion gallons, more precisely 1.379 x 1011 gallons. We know that 1 acre foot = 325 851.427 US gallons. We need to find the number of gallons of water in 423035 acre feet. 1 acre foot = 325 851.427 US gallons. So, 423035 = 325 851.427 * 423035 US gallons = 137846558420.945 US gallons. Approximately 1.37846559 × 1011 US gallons of water are there in 423035 acre feet.

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