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Depends on the shape of the acre. If it is 220 yards by 22 yards, you would have to do 4 circuits but that is slightly more than 1 mile. (220 yards is 1 furlong = 1/8 mile)

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1 square mile = 640 acre

An "acre" is a unit of area, a mile is a unit of length. The two can not be equated.

By modern definition, an acre can have any shape as long as it is 4,840 square yards, which means that the answer of your question depends on the shape of the area.However, traditionally an acre was a rectangle with a length of 1/8 mile and a width of 1/80 mile, which means the perimeter was 22/80 mile. So roughly 3.6 laps around it would make a mile.

640 acres = 1 square mile I don't know what "square mile acre" means. * * * * * A square mile acre would be a measure of "volume" in 4-dimensional hyperspace.

1 acre = 0.0015625 square mile 1 square mile = 640 acres

There are 16 40-acre plots in one square mile.

A mile is a unit of distance. An acre is a unit of area. The two units are therefore incompatible.

3.379e+6 acre feet per cubic mile.

An acre is a unit of area. A mile is a unit of distance. The two units are therefore incompatible.

There are no acres in a mile, and no miles in an acre. "Mile" is a distance. "Acre" is an area.640 acres make one square mile ... a thing that's completely different from a mile.1 acre = 0.0015625 of a square mile

And acre is a unit of area. A mile is a unit of distance.

You can't tell the distance around from knowing the area. There are an infinite number of distances that it could be. Here are a few examples: #1: A circle, 235.5 feet across. Area = 1 acre. Distance around = 739.9 feet. One mile = 7.14 times around. #2: A square, 208.7 feet on each side. Area = 1 acre. Distance around = 834.8 feet. One mile = 6.32 times around. #3: A rectangle, 121-ft by 360-ft. Area = 1 acre. Distance around = 962-ft. One mile = 5.49 times around. #4: A rectangle, 72-ft by 605-ft. Area = 1 acre. Distance around = 1,354-ft. One mile = 3.9 times around. #5: A rectangle, 9-ft by 4,840-ft. Area = 1 acre. Distance around = 9,698-ft. One mile = 0.54 of once around.

1 acre = 43,560 square feet = 4,840 square yards = 1/640th square mile. Cost of an acre depends on many factors, such as location and what else is around it.

The acre and the mile are different kinds of units. The acre is a unit of area and the mile is a unit of distance. There is no relation.

Acre is a unit of area (2-dimensional), a linear mile is 1-dimensional. You can not compare the two.

An acre is a unit of area and a mile is a unit of linear distance. In that sense, neither is longer. a mile is a unit of length. a acre is a unit of area. therefore none are greater as they are different units of measurment. however if you were on about a square mile... or an acre.. the answer is an acre... 1 acre = .0015625 square miles. One square mile = 640 acres

A mile is a unit of distance. An acre is a unit of area. There are 640 acres in 1 square mile (a square area 1 mile by 1 mile, or an area equivalent to this).So 1 acre = 1/640 square miles = 0.0015625 square miles.One acre is 0.0015625 square miles.

well you would have to run around at least 3 times

An acre is a area and a mile is a distance. If you walked the perimiter of an acre then you would have walked 8.25 miles.

"Acre" is an area. "Mile" is a distance. There are no acres in a mile.There are 640 acres in a square mile. A 'square mile' is not the same thing as a 'mile'.

1 cubic mile = (5,280) cubic feet, 1 acre-foot = 43,560 cubic feet, 1 cubic mile = 3,379,200 acre-feet

A mile is a unit of distance. An acre is a unit of area. The two units are therefore incompatible.

No, an acre does not equal one square mile. There are 640 acres in one square mile.

A mile is a unit of distance. An acre is a unit of area. The two units are therefore incompatible.

A mile is a unit of distance. An acre is a unit of area. The two units are therefore incompatible.