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Q: 9871 square feet what part of an acre?

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About 1/3 of an acre.

There are no feet in an acre or in any part of it, but there are square feet."Foot" is a unit of length or distance. "Acre" is a unit of area.1 acre = 43,560 square feet1/2 acre = 21,780 square feet

Answer: 6500 ft² = 0.149219 acre

1 acre = 43,560 square feet110' x 110' = 12,100 square feet = 0.278 acre (rounded)

About 2/5 of an acre.

About 9.2% of one acre.

It would be more than a whole acre. Actually, 1.5496 acres (rounded)

There are 9 square feet in a square yard so 3 square feet would be one third.

Meters are SI units of length, while acres are part of the English system of area, so there's no single answer. However, an acre was determined to be 4 rods by a furlong, which is 66 feet by 660 feet. There are 3.28 feet in a meter, so an acre could be 20.122 meters wide by 201.22 meters long.

One acre is a measure of area which is equal to 4840 sq yd or 1/640 square mile. It does not matter what shape it has. Historically an acre was the amount of land a set of oxen could plough in 1 day. A rectangular piece of land 220 yards (or 1 furlong) long by 22 yards (or 1 chain) wide has an area of 1 acre.

Approximately 1 percent.

About 20% of an acre.

Acre is a noun.

0.35 of an acre

Pretty close to a third of an acre. The actual number is .344 of an acre.

It is 1/3 of an acre.

Since square feet is a measure of area and perimeter is measured in length, you can't, without knowing at least part of the perimeter or the shape involved.

0.880 is 88% of an acre = 38,332.8 sq ft

There's a bit of guesswork to be done on my part here because you're going from one dimension to two dimensions, and you can't actually do a conversion unless you know what the length of the second dimension is. Potentially relevant examples: 1) If you have something that is 3 feet long and 2 feet wide, it's square footage is 3x2 = 6 square feet. 2)If you want to convert from square feet to square yards, it's a bit trickier. 1 square yard = 1 yard x 1 yard = 3 feet x 3 feet = 9 square feet. In the case of example 1, 6 square feet = 2/3 square yard, which can be calculated by converting feet to yards and then multiplying to find square yardage: 3 feet x 2 feet = 1 yard x 2/3 yard = 2/3 square yard.

you only need about 3-4 square feet per chicken indoors, and about 10 square feet per chicken outdoors, so if the indoors part is 350 square feet, that's easily enough for about 85-115 chickens! I think you're good.

Multiply the length by the width. Too little information to do that here.

It depends on how many square feet of laminate are in each package. Your floor is 15 x 12 = 180 square feet. The box of laminate will list on the label how many square feet are in each box. Divide your square feet (180) by the square feet in the box (?), and you will have your answer. Be sure to add about 7-10% for waste, and keep an extra box in storage to use if you ever damage part of the floor later.

The amount of space you need will vary according to several factors; size of the horse, local zoning laws, and how your property is set up.1. Pasture only; If you keep your horse on pasture only you'll likely need 2 acres divided into two 1 acre paddocks so that they can be rotated. If you have miniature horses then 1 acre should be plenty.2. Stabled partially; If you'll keep the horse in a stable for part of the day or night, then you can get away with about 1 acre of pasture so long as it's allowed to rest and is properly maintained. You can also provide a run/ pen off of the stall to allow the horse to go in and out.3. Drylot; If the horse cannot have grass for medical reasons, but you still want to turn the horse out, then a drylot of at least 40 feet by 100 feet is recommended. 40 feet is as narrow as it should get as this allows the horse to get into a gallop and turn at speed. 400 square feet is the minimum square feet per horse, so if you have multiple horses in one drylot you'll need 400 square feet per horse.

It is just slightly less than 1/4 of an acre.

The Lighthouse of Alexandria was built with three parts. the lower part was square and was 183.4 feet high. the middle part was an octagon shape and was 90 feet high.