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Q: What is the length and width of an acre of land?

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Yes, it has 2 measurements, length and width

A foot measures length, an acre measures area. I acre = 43560 sq ft, but that can be any shape.

You can't tell the dimensions from just the area. There are an infinite number ofdifferent shapes that all have the same area. Even if you consider only rectangles,there are still an infinite number of different rectangles, with different dimensions,that all have the same area.0.38 acre = 16,552.8 square ft.Any rectangle whose length and width (in feet) multiply togetherwith the result of 16,552.8 has an area of 0.38 acre.Pick any number you want for the length. Make the width (16,552.8 divided by the length),and you have an area of 0.38 acre.

Area is defined as Length times Width 1 Acre (43,560 square feet) is a piece of land whose Length times Width is 43,560. Or if we take the square root of 43,560 we get 208.7 In other words if a piece of land is 208.7 feet on one side and 208.7 feet on another side this would be 43,560 square feet. So if area is 5 square acres. picture a tract of land that is 208.7 feet by 1043.5 (5 X 208.7) feet.

There are 43,560 square feet in an acre. Acre is a measure of area, not length.

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An acre is a unit for area. Width x length. You can obtain the 2.54 acre area with a lot of length and width combinations. If you don't know the length, you cannot determine with any certainty what the width will be.

An acre contains 43,560 square feet. The length and width is about 209 by 209 feet.

It could be any length and width. Land is seldom a square or rectangle but usually follows rivers, roads, state and county lines, etc.

acre is area length x width so it depends on the length as to how wide it is

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There are 43,560 square feet in one acre so take the length times the width in feet and divide by that figure to find the number or fraction of an acre. If the property is irregular, take length times width of each roughly rectangular chunk and add them together before dividing.

Doesn't work that way. You can ge an acre by any number of combinations of length and width.

1 acre is equal to 43,560 square feet or 4840 square yards. The length and width can have any value.

have .27 acre with 200 ft width what is length

There are 43,560 ft2 in an Acre.43560-2 = 208.71 Or ...An Acre is a square, 208.7 ft on a side.

Yes, it has 2 measurements, length and width

Is the plot a square? Or do you know the length of one side?I'm assuming a rectangular plot of land (which does NOT exclude it being a square, btw)You have to know either that it's a square, or the length of one side to answer the question.

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