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How many square acres in one mile?


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Answered 2011-01-31 11:52:36

One square mile is equal to 640 acres.

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One square mile is 640 acres.


One square mile is 640 acres.


There are 640 acres in one square mile.There are no acres in a mile.


I assume you mean one square mile. There are 640 acres in one square mile. :)


1 square mile = 640 acres 0.25 square mile x 640 acres/square mile = 160 acres.


One square mile equates to 640 acres.


640 acres in a square mile



'Square acres' is redundant. Just say acres. One square mile has 640 acres. 20 acres is 1/32 of a square mile


One square mile = 640 acres.


One square mile = 640 acres.


One square mile is 640 acres.


A 'quarter section', one quarter of a square mile, is 160 acres.


6,400 acres. (there are 640 acres in one square mile).


There are no acers in a mile.There are 640 acres in one square mile.


640 acres per square mile.


"Mile" means a distance. "Acre" means an area. Neither onecan be converted to the other one.1 square mile = 640 acres409 acres = 0.6390625 of one square mile


Square mile has 640 acres so if a farm has 435 acres it has less than one square mile. If you divide 435 by 640 you get .696875 square acres.


Exactly one square mile.


639.9974 acres = one square mile 340 divided by 639.9974 = .531252158211892....... so approximately one half square mile


I presume you mean squared mile? If so 640 acres is one square mile


320 acres are in 1/2 square miles.


A square mile is 3,097,600 square yards and one acre is 4840 square yards, so there are 640 acres (3,097,600/4840) in a square mile.


There are 640 acres in one square mile. So, just multiply the number of square miles by 640 to get acres.


i think One square mile is equal to 640 acres.



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