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1 square mile = 640 acres.

A square measuring 625 miles on each side has an area of (625 x 625) square miles.

That's equivalent to (625 x 625 x 640) = 250,000,000 acres.

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The question may mean that the square measures 25 miles on each side,

and its area is 625 square miles.

In that case, the solution is (625 x 640) = 400,000acres.

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