How Big Is 1 Acre of Land?

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The word acre originated from an old English word - acre, which means an open field. Oddly enough, the word acre, is derived from a word which means an unspecified amount of land4046.86 square meters. 1 acre is 4047 m2.
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One acre is equal to 0.0016 square miles. The value is also equivalent to 4,840 square yards, 43,560 square feet, 0.004047 square kilometers or 4,046.86 square meters. The acre unit
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The area of an acre is exactly 43,560 square feet. Thanks for askin...
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One acre of land can produce an annual yield of thousands of pounds of vegetables, fruit, honey, meat, eggs, milk and other foods. Even just a quarter-acre of land will produce more
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953 acres is 1.5 (1.489) square miles.
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One acre is 43,560 square feet, or 4,840 square yards.
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