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One acre is 1/640 of a square mile or about 43,560 square feet.

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Acres in square or radius area would be better


difficult to know exactly what you are asking here
what is 16000 bbls--abbreviations do not known around the world so you need to be specific
next you are asking for a radius but include a height measurement.
an acre is a surface measurement but as soon as you give a 3rd dimension ( your height) it becomes a volume measurement or cubic ft/ yards or gallons
so post it all again and explain the end result that you want people to answer

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I want to fence a piece of land the approx. dimensions are 260'x 1144' how many acres is that? Plz!


6.828283 acres. ( 1 acre = 43560 sf ) 260'×1144' = 297440 sf. Divide that by 43560 = 6.828283 acres.

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What would the dimensions of an acre be in feet if all sides were equal?


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A square-shaped acre would then be about 208.7 by 208.7 feet (because 208.7 x 208.7 = ~43,560, which is the defined area of an acre.)

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The dimensions of my lot are 83 X 192 X 150 X 151, what is the acreage


http://www.wikihow.com/Calculate-Acreage

Hmm. Width X Length = square footage.

Square footage divided by 43,560 = acreage.

You seem to have two lots. Is one 83 X 192 and the other 150 X 151? If so, sum those two products and then divide by 43,560 for the total acreage. If you want the acreage of each lot separately, divide 83 X 192 by 43560 for lot A. That is .3658 acre.

Then divide 150 X 151 by 43560 for Lot B. That is .5199 acre.

Total of both is roughly .885 of an acre, in other words about 9 tenths of an acre.

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Square dimension for one acre


One acre is about 4047 square meters or about 43,560 square feet. For a square plot of land, that's about 61.62 meters or about 208.7 feet on a side.

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What are the lenth and width dimensions of an acre


One acre is about 43,560 square feet. It could be one foot by 43,560 feet, 2 feet by 21,780 feet, 3 feet by 14,520 feet, etc, all the way to about 209 feet by 209 feet.

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