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1 acre = 4050 square metres.

1 inch = 2,54 cm = 0.0254 metres

Volume of the section = 0.0254 metres * 4050 square metres = 103 cubic metres (to three significant figures)

1 litre = 1 cubic decimetre => 1000 cubic decimetres = 1000 litres = 1 cubic metre

Thus 103*1000 = 103000 litres in that volume

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Q: How many liters of water to cover an acre 1 inch deep?

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27,154

Around 162,926

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

It can cover any area you want, depending on how deep it is.

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.

It depends on the depth of the water. Assuming the water in one inch deep, there would be about 13,577 gallons of water in the half acre.

22,610.67 Imperial gallons.

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

About 49,246.3 liters of water.

806.66 Cubic Yards

Around 22,870 liters of water.

A 30 foot round pool 4.5 feet deep can contain about 90,452.4 liters of water.

A 21 foot round pool that is 4.5 feet deep contains about 44,321.7 liters of water.

The answer will depend on how deep the lake is!

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About 28,945 liters.

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About 45,025 liters.

That would depend on the size of the lake. One commonly-used measure is "acre-feet", which is the amount of water that would cover an area of one acre, one foot deep. This is equal to 325,851 gallons, which you must admit, is a pretty large number.

There are 3,634 liters (960 gallons) of water in a pool that is four feet in diameter and 8 feet deep.

There are twenty-seven cubic feet in a cubic yard. So, you'd have 27,000 cubic feet in 1000 cubic yards. Assuming you leave each cubic foot intact and since there are 43,560 square feet in an acre then you'd be able to cover over half an acre. At only 6" deep you'd cover over an acre.