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

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

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