What Are the Dimensions of an Acre of Ground?

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An acre of ground measures 43, 560 square feet. More often than not, an acre of ground is usually compared to a football field, however in reality, an acre is equal to about 76% of a football field.
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It is not necessary to say square acre as an acre is a measurement of area. It is equal to. 43,560 square feet. The linear dimensions may be any two numbers in feet whose product
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One acre is 4,840 square yards or 43,560 square feet. Any shape can be an acre,
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1 acre (not square acre) is 4840 square yards. This could be (for example) 1 furlong (220 yards) x 1 chain (22 yards).
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An acre is exactly 43,560 square feet but it can be any shape. An acre of land is equal to about 76% of a football field, when you consider both end zones
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