A unit of volume of water that engineers often use is the acre-foot, which equals the volume of water that will cover an acre of land to a foot
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A unit of volume of water that engineers often use is the acre-foot, which equals the volume of water that will
cover an acre of land to a foot depth. It rains a lot at OSU.
(a) If Corvallis receives two inches of rain in an 4 hours, what volume of water, in acre-feet, fell on
our town.
(b) Use Dimensionality sense-making to check any conversions made and your final answer to part (a).
How many pint glasses would this fill?
How many Olympic-size swimming pools would this fill?
Use Related Quantities sense-making to compare your answers in part (c) and (d).
Estimate how many water droplets this is, stating any assumptions and citing any data sources.

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