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Asked by: Spencer Hudson
Updated: 28 February 2021 12:47:00 AM

How many square miles is this? (1 acre = 43,560 ft2, 1 mile = 5280 ft).?

That just means that we actually have this, OK? So, we have 43,560 feet square over 1 acre we square one which is still 1 and this is miles squared, we square 5280 feet on the bottom so that gives us feet square so we'll get 1.49x10^6 miles squared so we solved the first portion.

Taking this into account how many miles is one square acre?

There are 0.0015625 square miles in 1 acre.

Similarly, which is bigger miles or Acre?

Miles and acres measure entirely different things. Miles are units of length and acres are units of area. If you think of a piece of land in the shape of a square and measures one mile on each side then its area is one square mile. In terms of acres the area is 640 acres.

–źdditionally what does 1 acre of land look like?

As all farmers and real estate agents know, an acre is defined as an area one furlong long by 4 rods wide. Basically if you can picture a football field, that's pretty close to an acre in size. Officially, it is 43,560 square feet, and a football field is 48,000 square feet.
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