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Q: How long is each side of a 40 acre square?

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Each side of square-shaped half acre is: 49.2 yards long.

Each side of a square acre is: 208.7 feet long.

Each side would be 208.7 feet long.

220 yards (= 1 furlong).

A square with an area of two acres is 295.2 feet long on each side, with a perimeter of 1,181 feet.

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An acre is 43,560 square feet, so sqrt(43560) = 208.71032557111303591192697393256 Which makes each side of an acre that is square approx. 209 feet.

Each side of square-shaped half acre is: 49.2 yards long.

Each side of a square acre is: 208.7 feet long.

A 40-acre square is 1,320 feet on each side.

Each side would be 208.7 feet long.

220 yards (= 1 furlong).

An acre of area can have any shape at all. If it's laid out in a square shape, then each side of the square is 208.71 feet long. (rounded)

An acre is 43560 square ft, or if it is in the shape of a square, 208.71 ft on each side.

A perfectly square acre would be just a bit under 210 feet on each side. But an acre does not have to be perfectly square.

4820 ft on each side of a 40 acre square plot of land.

There are 208.7 feet on each side of a square having an area of one acre.

Each side of a 5-acre square measures: 155.56 yards.

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