Q: How many feet are in the perimeter of 3 square acres?

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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 5-acre square lot is 1,866.76 feet or 1,866 feet and 9.12 inches.

Assuming the area is a square, the sides would be about 3554 feet.

If the land area of 5 acres is a square (each side equal length) then the perimeter would be 1,866.76 feet.

8,350 feet.

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A 150-acre square lot has a perimeter of 10,224.68 feet.

If the three acres is a square then the perimeter would be 1,445.99 feet or 1,445 feet and 11.88 inches.

If the area was a square the perimeter would be 2,504.52 feet.

The perimeter of a 50-acre square lot is 5,903 feet or about 1.12 miles.

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 5-acre square lot is 1,866.76 feet or 1,866 feet and 9.12 inches.

If the shape is a square, it would be 1,022 feet.

The area (acres) doesn't tell the perimeter. If the 2.5 acres is square, than the perimeter is 1,320 feet. If the 2.5 acres is a field that's 100-ft wide and 1,089-ft long, then the perimeter is 2,378 feet. The perimeter can be ANY distance longer than 1,320 feet.

The perimeter of a 24.5-acre square lot is 4,132.25 feet.

Assuming a square acreage by US survey, about 16,697 feet.

Assuming the area is a square, the sides would be about 3554 feet.

That all depends on the shape of the lot. But, if the lot was a perfect square, the perimeter would be 1,180.64 feet.