Q: There is an acre of water for every 20 acres of land in which state?

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Minnesota

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Texas

To find out how many inches of water are being applied per acre, you can use the formula: inches of water per acre = (total gallons of water * 0.133681) / total acres. In this case, 3000 gallons of water divided by 4 acres equals 750 gallons per acre. To convert gallons to inches, multiply 750 by 0.133681 to get approximately 100 inches of water per acre.

0.16 acres is 4/25 of an acre.

I'm assuming you mean acre feet of water. If that is the case, then there are 325,850.58 gallons in one acre foot of water or 4,887,758.7 gallons of water in 15 acre feet of water.

The word "acres" is a plural word. One acre, several acres. You would say "an acre is" or "acres are."

It is neither. An acre is 1 (or 1.0) acres, half an acre is 0.5 acres. 0.247 is close to 1/4 (which is exactly 0.25).

About 1/2 acre (0.45913682 acres).

.12 of an acre is larger than .09 of an acre.

Florida has a land area of 34,550 thousand acres. Another 7,500 thousand acres is water.