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Q: How many gallons of water are in 1 acre pond 6 feet deep?

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A 25-acre pond that is uniformly 6 feet deep will hold about 48,877,714 gallons of water.

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43560 sq ft = 1 acre 210 ft x 200 ft = 42000 sq ft = 42000 ÷ 43560 acre = 350/363 acre ≈ 0.964 acre

Answer: 1 acre = 43,560 square feet.

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