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Q: Is a square mile equal to an acre?

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No, an acre does not equal one square mile. There are 640 acres in one square mile.

1 acre is equal to . . . -- 43,560 square feet -- 4,840 square yards -- 1/640 square mile -- 0.0015625 square mile

There are 640 acres in a square mile

1 acre = 0.0015625 square milesThere are 640 acres in a square mile.

NO, 640 ACRES IS A SQUARE MILE

1 square mile = 640 acre

An acre is a unit of area, equal to 43560 square feet (1/640th of a square mile)

There are 640 acres per square mile. So if someone said there are 160 they are wrong. What do you mean by square acres? No such thing as a square acre, because an acre is already a squared measurement.Well, what if the acre is a circle, or a triangle, or a rectangle, or a parabolic? I would presume a square acre might means that all sides are of equal length, forming a square.

AnswerThere is no formula that equates one acre to one square mile. At least there is no TRUE formula that does so. I mean I could type 1 acre = 1 mi2, and that would be a formula, but it would not be true. Because one acre is NOT equal to one square mile, and never will be. In fact, it takes 640 acres to equal a square mile.

A mile is a unit of distance, not area. However, one (1) acre is equal to 0.0015625 square miles.

What is a 4-acre area.

640 acres = 1 square mile I don't know what "square mile acre" means. * * * * * A square mile acre would be a measure of "volume" in 4-dimensional hyperspace.

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