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This cannot be answered. A square mile is an area. 6000 ft is linear.

However, we can talk about an area that is 6000 square feet (e.g. 100 feet x 60 feet).

We can also talk about an area that is 6000 feet on each side, or 6000 feet squared.

So we can say that 0.000215 square miles are in 6000 square feet.

We can also say that 1.29 square miles are in 6000 feet squared.

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