Q: How many gallons of water in an area 3 square feet at 1 inch deep?

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2 mi2 x 2 in = 9.293x106 ft3 = 6.951x107 gallons

40 square feet * 2 inches = 40*(1/6) = 6.66... cubic ft = 41.5 UK gallons or 49.9 US gallons (approx).

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Volume = (surface area) x (depth) = 217,800 cubic feet = 1,629,257.1 gallons (rounded)

2.2 x 1013 Imperial galls

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2 mi2 x 2 in = 9.293x106 ft3 = 6.951x107 gallons

This question requires a lot of assumptions to answer s the best I can do is give you several answers and hope one of them hits the mark. One cubic foot contains 7.48 gallons. 1. There is no gallons of water in 310 square feet because this is a 2 dimensional figure. 2. There are about 232 gallons if you filled that area 1 foot deep. 3. There are about 464 gallons if you filled that area 2 feet deep. 3 There are about 696 gallons if you filled that area 3 feet deep. We could go on but I am hoping this answers your question.

40 square feet * 2 inches = 40*(1/6) = 6.66... cubic ft = 41.5 UK gallons or 49.9 US gallons (approx).

That all depends on how deep the 530 sq ft area is

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1 sqft = 144 square inches650 sqft = 93,600 square inchesVolume = 93,600 x 1.5 = 140,400 cubic inches = 607.79 gallons (rounded)

1 acre = 43,560 square feetIf the sides are straight (the area of the bottom is the sameas the area of the top and of every cut in between), thenVolume = (area) x (depth) = 43,560 x 20 = 871,200 cubic feet = 6,517,028.6 gallons (rounded)

Volume = (surface area) x (depth) = 217,800 cubic feet = 1,629,257.1 gallons (rounded)

2.2 x 1013 Imperial galls

question is meaningless. gallon is a unit of volume, sq ft is a unit of area. the above is a horrible answer. simply put your question was miss worded. i believe you meant cubic foot (not square foot). the answer is 7.481 gallons in a cubic foot

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how many square feet would 1 gallon of water come on at 1 inch deep?