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Topic: square footage of an acre
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Bob L Petersen

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Square feet in an acre 43560
Posted: Sep 10, 2003 6:13 PM
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There are as you now know 43,560 square feet in an acre. That is
roughly two to a square block. 5280
27878400 square feet in a square mile

1 Acre = 43,560 square feet
1 Acre = 160 square rods
1 Acre = 1.1834 square arpents
1 Acre = 10 square chains
1 Acre = 160 square rods
1 Acre = 160 perches
1 Acre = 160 poles
1 Acre = .4047 hectare
1 Acre = 4047 square meters
1 Acre = is about 208 3/4 feet square
1 Acre Square = 5645.376 square varas

This is from the very nice people who put together this site.
Unfortunately it took the addition of the word hectares to bring it to
the front.

Best information
for backup I found

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