Asked in Word and Phrase Origins
Where did the word acre come from?
The dictionary traces it back to Middle English 'aker', ' and Old English 'æcer'. It was originally the area a yoke of oxen could plow in a day and differed in size from one place to another. Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/acre ...
Asked in Crocheting and Knitting
What is English equivalent of a us knitting needle size 5?
A US knitting needle size 5 is the same size as an English size 9, or 3.75 mm. ...
Asked in Area
What is 0.0629 in acre size is it one quarter of an acre?
That isn't even close to a quarter of an acre. It is 6% of an acre. An acre contains 43,560 square feet. The conversion says that it would be 2,740 square feet. ...
Asked in Health, Math and Arithmetic
What is an English size 6 equivalent to in America?
If in London it is important to know that an English size 6 is not the same as an American size 6. So if you are a size 4 in American clothing then a size 6 in UK clothing is perfect for you. ...
Asked in Horse Diet and Nutrition
How many horses is it safe to keep in the same corral?
It depends on the size of the corral. The rule of thumb is 1 acre per horse. Hope this helps. ...