10 square acres is 435,600 square feet, meaning each side of the square would be 660 feet in length. The perimeter is then 660' x 4 = 2,640 feet.
The perimeter of 10 acres is 8 feet since there are 4 square feet of area and 2 feet by 2 feet square.
A 150-acre square lot has a perimeter of 10,224.68 feet.
A square with an area of 8 acres has a perimeter of 2,361.29 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.
A square with an area of 20 acres has a perimeter of about 3,733.5 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 shape of the area is a square and its area is 0.6 acres, then its perimeter is 646.6 feet (161.65 feet on each side).