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Q: How long did it take to plow 1 acre of land with the steel plow in 1837?

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With the steel plow it could help plow an acre in less than ninety six hours.

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320' x 180' works out to be about 132% of one acre.

A parcel of land that is 1 foot wide by 43,560 feet long equals one acre. A parcel of land that measures 200 feet by 363 feet is also equal to one acre. If the parcel of land were square and measured 208.71 feet per side, its area would be equal to one acre, as well.

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