Q: How many hectares in a quarter section?

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Since a quarter section of land is 160 acres, and 1 acre = 0.404 hectares, then 1 quarter section is equivalent to 64.78 hectares of land.

a quarter mile by half mile

0.25 acre = 0.10117141056 of a hectare, or a little more than 1/10th of a hectare.

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

150000 in hectares = 15 hectares

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Since a quarter section of land is 160 acres, and 1 acre = 0.404 hectares, then 1 quarter section is equivalent to 64.78 hectares of land.

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

Any quarter section is comprised of 160 acres.

a quarter mile by half mile

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

160.

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

1 quarter of a mile square. Each section is 1 mile square so a quarter section is 1/4 mile square.

0.25 hectares or 2500 sq metres.

0.25 acre = 0.10117141056 of a hectare, or a little more than 1/10th of a hectare.

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

150000 in hectares = 15 hectares