The area doesn't tell you the perimeter. There are an infinite number of different
shapes with different perimeters that all have the same 1-acre area.
The smallest possible perimeter for 1 acre is a circle. The perimeter (circumference)
is 739.9 feet, and the diameter is 235.5 feet.
The smallest possible perimeter for a 1-acre rectangle is 834.8 feet.
That's if it's a square, with sides = 208.7 feet.
The perimeter for a 1-acre rectangle can be anything more than that. It only
depends on how long and skinny the rectangle is. Here are a few examples.
All of the rectangles on this list enclose 1 acre:
220' x 198', perimeter = 836'
330' x 132', perimeter = 924'
440' x 99', perimeter = 1,078'
605' x 72', perimeter = 1,354'
1,210' x 36', perimeter = 2,492'
2,420' x 18', perimeter = 4,876'
435,600 square feet in an acre. It depends on the shape of the acre to how many perimeter feet there are.
The perimeter of a 72-acre square is 7,080 feet or 1.34 miles.
The perimeter of this parcel measures 1,870 feet.
If the half-acre is perfectly square, 147.58 feet by 147.58 feet, then the perimeter is 590.32 feet. If it's any other shape, you would need to re-calculate the perimeter.
An acre is 4,840 square yards. It could be any shape, and thus have any perimeter.
1 acre = 43,560 square feet 1 side = square (43,560) = 208.7 feet perimeter = 4side = 834.84 feet i hope this helps!
A 12-acre square lot has a perimeter of 2,891.96 feet.
A 2.2-acre square lot has a perimeter of 1,238.27 feet.
A 20-acre square lot has a perimeter of 3,733.52 feet.
A 150-acre square lot has a perimeter of 10,224.68 feet.