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A person owns a 146.8 acre farm which received a total of 1.64 inches of rain. How many liters of rain would that be? An acre is 43560 square feet; there are 2.54 cm in one 1 inch.

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1.64 inches equal .13666666 feet

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yea but it asking for liters

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59531.99999 ft cubed is equal to 1685759 liters

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in the problem though wouldnt the acres equal 6394608 cubic feets

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no...bc there is no depth with in an acre, only area, there is no volume, onceyou had the rain, an inch everyhwere, you now have depth

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well than can you plz help me answer this question because it involves the same principle from the previous question

A person owns a 170.3 acre farm which received a total of 2.70 inches of rain. How many liters of rain would that be? An acre is 43560 square feet; there are 2.54 cm in one 1 inch.

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7418268 ft^2 x .225 ft of rain = 1669110 ft^3 = 47263930 Liters

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1 acre = 43560 ft^2.
1.64 inches = 1.64/12 = feet.
1728 cubic inches = 1 cubic foot
231 cubic inches = 1 gallon
3.78 liters = 1 gallon

146.8 acres x (43560 ft^2/acre) x (1.64/12) x (1,728 in^3/ft^3) x (1 gallon/231 ft^3) x (3.78 liters/gallon) = ??
Check my thinking. Check my work.

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