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Q: What is the length of a rectangular lot that is 275 feet deep and contains 23 of an acre?

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The area of a shape does not provide enough information to determine its dimensions. First of all, there is no reason to assume that the area is rectangular in shape. Second, even if it were rectangular, it could be square or extremely long and very narrow.

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

If the pond is uniformly 6-feet deep it would contain about 1,955,109 gallons of water.

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

One acre is 43,560 sq ft. One half acre is 21,780 sq ft. However, that doesn't help most people much when trying to picture how large a lot is. Half acre lot is roughly: 217.8 ft deep x 100 ft wide 200 ft deep x 109 ft wide 150 ft deep x 145 ft wide Since many lots in town are 50 ft wide x 100 ft deep, this would be roughly four lots side by side. Or it could be two lots wide by two lots deep. A typical 50 x 100 foot lot in town is roughly 1/8 acre in size. -Let's not forget the acre's traditional measurement of 660 x 66 feet (1/8 mi. by 1/80 mi.). So you could picture that most easily as either 660 by 33 feet or 330 feet by 66 feet.

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If one acre length = 1.7 football field lengths then 10 acres would equal 10.7 football field lengths deep, wide, long.... although I'm not an expert.

If you multiply an area (acres) by a length (feet) you will get a volume, not a length. In other words, you can't convert that to yards.

One foot deep, covering an acre. It equates to 325,900 gallons.

The area of a shape does not provide enough information to determine its dimensions. First of all, there is no reason to assume that the area is rectangular in shape. Second, even if it were rectangular, it could be square or extremely long and very narrow.

An acre is a measure of area, not volume, thus it is not correct to say "1 acre deep". It makes no sense.An acre is 43559.66 square feet. So, the number of cubic feet in 1 acre of land that is 1 foot deep would be 43559.66 cubic feet.

1 acre = 4840 square yards, so 1 acre 20 yards deep = 4840*20 = 96,800 cubic yards.

1 acre = 43560 sq.feet. 1 foot deep water over an acre is 43560 cubic feet, which is 325851.4 gallons in 1 foot deep. If it is 1 inch deep (1/12 foot) then it is 27154.3 gallons in 1 inch deep.

A sixty-acre lake averaging 20 feet deep has a volume of 391,021,200 gallons.

A 1000 acre lake that is 7 feet deep (uniformly) will have 7000 acre feet of water in it. An acre foot is an acre of water one foot deep, and the unit is used to measure reservoir water capacity. The conversion factor is that one acre foot equals about 325,851.5 gallons. The lake in question is holding 7000 times 325,851.5 gallons of water.

1 acre = 43,560 square feet1 acre 5 feet deep = 43,560 x 5 = 217,800 cubic feet = 1,629,257 gallons (rounded)

1 acre = 43,560 square feet1 acre, 1 foot deep = 43,560 cubic feet = 325,851.43gallons (rounded)

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