It depends on the shape. 22 acres =106480 sq yards. If it is a perfect square, with all sides equal and all angles right angled, the length of the sides will be equal to the square root of 106480 = 326.31 yards, so the perimeter will be four times this = 1305.25 yards. If it is a long rectangle, the perimeter will be bigger. A circle gives the smallest perimeter possible.
if the rectangle is 3 wide, then u subtract 3 twice from the perimeter 28. then you divide by 2 to get the length of one side of the rectangle: 28-3= 25-3= 22/2= 11 or 28-6= 22 22/2=11 so the answer is 11
The answer is irrational and the only way to give an exact value is to give it as 13200*sqrt(6) ft.
It is 22. A helpful website would be youngleafs.com
Length + width = half of perimeter so width = p/2 - length ie (22-12) 10 yards.
A square with an area of 8 acres has a perimeter of 2,361.29 feet.
A square with an area of 20 acres has a perimeter of about 3,733.5 feet.
The perimeter of a square with an area of 0.37 acres is: 507.8 feet.
What is the perimeter of 6 acres in feet?
A 150-acre square lot has a perimeter of 10,224.68 feet.
The perimeter is 1,390 meters.
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.
It depends how the acres are laid out. Is it in a square shape or a rectangle. How much of a rectangle. These are all factors in the perimeter.
The perimeter of an area is not actually calculable from knowing the area because the shape can be anything.
If the parcel is a square, the perimeter is 1,770 feet.
The perimeter measures 5,900 feet.