Q: How many gallon water in 10 acre 15 feet deep?

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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.

1.6042 square feet (rounded)

43560x7x7.48052=2,280,960.1584

alot! 1,234,345.

1 acre-foot = 43,560 cubic feet1 gallon = 231 cubic inches1 cubic foot = 1,728 cubic inches143.91 million gallons = 3.324321 x 1010 cubic inches = 1.9238 x 107 cubic feet =441.643 acre-feet (rounded)

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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 US gallon = 0.00000307 acre feet, approx.

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

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.

Due to lack of information to the contrary, we will assume that the lake is 18 feet deep all around.The first thing to do is convert 56,000 acres into square feet, so that the various measurements are all in the same units.An acre is 43,560 square feet, so 56,000 acres = 2,439,360,000 square feet.That area to a depth of 18 feet = 43,908,480,000 cubic feet.* An imperial gallon = 277.420 cubic inches, or 0.160543981 cubic feet * 43,908,480,000 / 0.160543981 = 273,498,138,806 gallons (rounded to the nearest gallon)* A US gallon = 231 cubic inches = 0.133680555 cubic feet * 43,908,480,000 / 0.133680555 = 328,458,241,365 gallons (rounded to the nearest gallon)

1.6042 square feet (rounded)

1 acre is 6,272,640 square inches. Since you want to cover it one inch deep you need 6,272,640 cubic inches of water. There are 231 cubic inches in a gallon. So divide 6,272,640 by 231 and you get 27,154.2857 gallons! HOWEVER: If you want to save water, consider this: When water freezes, it increases in volume about 9%. So if you used ICE to cover your acre and only needed the ice to be 1 inch deep, you could use 9% less water to start with! (I'll let you do the math on that.) Ice is still water, so unless you are asked to use LIQUID water this question has 2 answers.

Approximately 977,553 gallons of water.

alot! 1,234,345.

43560x7x7.48052=2,280,960.1584

Volume = (area of the base) times (depth)1 acre = 43,560 square ft1 acre, 1-ft deep = 1 "acre-foot" = 43,560 x 1 = 43,560 cubic feet = 1,613 1/3 cubic yardsAlso 325,851.4 gallons (rounded)

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