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An acre is merely a measurement of area - in this case 4000m2 (metres squared). So it doesn't have a defined width. It could be really long and narrow, or quite square, as lon…g as the area inside is equivalent to 4000m2 then it's an acre. (MORE)

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66 x 660 feet 22 x 220 yards 4 x 40 rods/poles/perches 1/8 mile by 1/80 mile (640 acres in a square mile) 1 furlong by 1 chain 792 x 7,920 inches (about 209'8.5" in a square,… but this is not exact as the acre is defined as the size of a rectangular plow feed, not a square; consider the size of most lots and sporting fields - rectangular) 43,560 sq. feet 4,840 sq. yards (MORE)

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an acres is a square measurement, so 1 acre is 43560 square feet or 4047 (approx.) meters.

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Hecto...hecta (spelled both ways) is a prefix in the metric system that means X 100. Following that definition it should be 100 acres.

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The Pentagon site covers a total of 583 acres, while the building itself sits on 29 acres.

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ACR is Air conditioning & Refrigeration trade. The pipe widely used in ACR industry is of Copper. ACR pipe is a Copper pipe meant for connecting AC units.

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An acre is a square measure - a measure of area; it can be any shape as long as the total enclosed area is one acre (4840 sq yd). The acre would probably have originally com…e from being a rectangular piece of land 1 furlong (220 yd) long by 1 chain (22 yd) wide. If a square was an acre in size, it would have sides of about 69.57 yd. If a circle was an acre in size, it would have a radius of about 39.25 yd (a diameter of about 78.5 yd). (MORE)

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You must measure the shape of the ground in question (using feet or yards) and obtain from that the amount of square feet or square yards. Measured area in sq.ft. / 43560 = ac…res. Measured area in sq.yd. / 4840 = acres. (MORE)

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very nearly 18 Care to try for exactly 18? There are two versions of the acre, both of which are equal to themselves (obviously) and both of which measure 1/8 mi. (660 ft.) b…y 1/80 mi. ( (66 ft.) or 1/640 sq. mi. The only variance is whether the U.S. survey or international foot (U.S. survey foot is very very slightly larger than the international 1959 standard of 304.8mm) is used to measure. Most U.S. states use the U.S. survey acre, whereas the UK, former commonwealth nations tend to use the acre based on the 304.8mm foot. The differences are incredibly slight, less than a square foot's difference per SQUARE MILE (640 acres), so it is silly to even consider this measurement difference unless the area of an entire continent, or some other massive area is being calculated. Due to the vast land area of North America, this is probably why the U.S> geological survey retained the original measure of the foot instead of having to redraw all U.S. maps in 1959 when the U.S. conformed to the international foot standard. (MORE)

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The acre is a unit of land area used in the imperial and US customary systems. It is defined as the area of 1 chain by 1 furlong (66 by 660 feet), which is exactly equal t…o ⁄640 of a square mile, 43,560 square feet, approximately 4,047 m, or about 40% of a hectare. (MORE)