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Usually 160 acres.

Q: How many acres are used with an irrigation circle in a quarter section?

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Any quarter section is comprised of 160 acres.

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

160.

1 section = 1 square mile = 640 acres1/4 x 1/4 = 1/161/16 x 640 = 40 acres

It depends on how the quarter section gets subdivided by the developer. Lot size in the US can be as small as one quarter of an acre, or as large as 10 acres. Since a quarter section is 160 acres (assuming there are no correction lines nearby), there are somewhere between 16 and 640 lots in it.

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Any quarter section is comprised of 160 acres.

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

You haven't said a 'quarter' of what. If it's a quarter section, then there are 160 acres in it.

160 acres.

Assuming that there is nothing strange going on (e.g. sloppy surveying) there are 40 acres in the quarter-quarter section.

That would be a 1/16th quarter: 40 acres.

160.

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

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.

1 "section" is one square mile = 640 acres1/4 of 1/4 = 1/161/16 of 640 acres = 40 acres, whether with or without a mule

1 section = 640 acres(north HALF) of (southeast QUARTER) = (1/2) x (1/4) = 1/8th section = 640/8 = 80 acres

1 section = 1 square mile = 640 acres1/4 x 1/4 = 1/161/16 x 640 = 40 acres