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There are no acers in a mile.

There are 640 acres in one square mile.

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There are 640 acres in one square mile.

Q: How many acers are in one mile?

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No, nine and a half acres does not equal one quarter mile. One acre is equal to 43,560 square feet, while one mile is equal to 5,280 feet. Therefore, one quarter mile is equal to 1,320 feet, which is not equivalent to nine and a half acres.

1 sq mile = 640 acres0.5 sq mile = 640 x 0.5 = 320 acres.

There are 320 Rods in One Mile

There are 63,360 inches in one mile.

There are 63,360 inches in one mile.

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24,000 sq miles x 640 acers per sq mile = 15,360,000 acers

A mile is a unit of distance. An acre is a unit of area. The two units are therefore incompatible.

Unfortunately you can't compare acers with miles, because "acre" is a square measure, a mile describes a distance.

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There are 23,040 acres in a theoretical township. A theoretical township is 6 miles square, containing 36 sections, 1 mile square, of 640 acres each.

Most acers are sturdy enough to grow without the help of worms. Of course, earthworm activity helps all plants to grow but acers are no more (nor less) in need of such help.

It is not within the scope of the NPS's mandate to "mangle" any "acers." We do manage tens of millions of acres!

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