# How Many Gallons Does It Take to Rain One Inch on One Acre?

All acres are different in levelness however, it would take an approximate 27,154 gallons of rain falling to rain one inch on a one acre of ground. This would also be equal to about 113 tons in weight.
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 It takes about 27,205 gallons of water to cover an acre in an inch http://www.chacha.com/question/how-many-gallons-pe...
 1 inch * 1 acre = 102.790153 m. 3. 1 US gallon = 0.00378541178 cubic meter. 102.790153/0.00378541178= 27 154.2849. So 27 154 gallons. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_gallons_of_wate...
 This is calculated by knowing that 1 acre is 6272640 square inches, and one inch deep gives you 6272640 inches cubed. 1 US gallon is 231 inches cubed, giving us exactly 27154.2857 http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_gallons_of_wate...
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