Acres in a section of land?

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1 section = 640 acres. A quarter section = 160 acres.

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How much is a section of land?

640 acres

How many acres in a quarter section of land?

One section is equal to one square mile. In one square mile, there are 640 acres, therefore in one quarter of a section of land, there are 160 acres.

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How many acres in 8 sections?

You are revering to the section, township, range system of surveying land then it is 640 acres in a section (one square mile) which will equal 5,120 acres.

How many acres are in a section of land?

In the United States and Canada, a section in land measure is 1 square mile, equal to 640 acres, or about 259 hectares or 2.59 square kilometers in Metric measures.See related link.

How big is a section of land in miles?

1 mile squared or (5280' x 5280') / 43560 sq.ft. = 640 acres. One Section is the 640 acres as figured above.

What is 160 acres of land called?

quarter sector or 65 hectares or quarter sector section or one-quarter section

Is 1 square mile a section of land?

Yes. A section is 640 acres, or a 1 mile by 1 mile square.

How many miles in 12000 acres?

18.75 square miles. A "section" of land contains 640 acres and is equal to 1 square mile.

How many hectares is in one quarter of land?

Since a quarter section of land is 160 acres, and 1 acre = 0.404 hectares, then 1 quarter section is equivalent to 64.78 hectares of land.

How many acres were in each parcel of the Oklahoma land run of 1889?

They could claim up to 160 acres (1/4 section). They had to stay on the land and improve the land (ie plant crops, clear the land) before they could get a deed (ownership) to the land.