Lakes and Rivers

# How many gallons of water does a 5 acre lake that is 4 feet deep hold?

###### Wiki User

###### January 28, 2013 6:24PM

Approximately 8,146,286 gallons of water.

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###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Lakes and Rivers, Lake Superior

### How many gallons of water does a 1000 acre lake that is 7 feet deep hold?

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.

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Units of Measure, Volume

### How many gallons of water are in 423035 acre feet?

Multiply acre-ft by 325,900 to get gallons. So your answer would
be about 138 billion gallons, more precisely 1.379 x 1011 gallons.
We know that 1 acre foot = 325 851.427 US gallons. We need to find
the number of gallons of water in 423035 acre feet. 1 acre foot =
325 851.427 US gallons. So, 423035 = 325 851.427 * 423035 US
gallons = 137846558420.945 US gallons. Approximately 1.37846559 ×
1011 US gallons of water are there in 423035 acre feet.