Q: How many acres are in the north half of the southeast quarter?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Geometry

There are 640 acres in 1 square mile. So (1/2 mile)*(1/4 mile) = 1/8 square mile, or:(1/8 square mile)*(640 acre/square mile) = 80 acres

.05

3 and a half.

Answer: 3.5 acres = 152,460 ft²

one section is a square mile and has legs of 5280 linear feet. One arcre has 43,560 sq feet. A square mile contains 640 acres. So, the answer to your question is: A half section has 320 acres.

Related questions

The south half of the north half of the north quarter of a section is an 80-acre parcel.

A quarter section is a unit of land measurement that is 160 acres in size. It is equal to half of a half section of land.

No, nine and a half acres does not equal one quarter mile. One acre is equal to 43,560 square feet, while one mile is equal to 5,280 feet. Therefore, one quarter mile is equal to 1,320 feet, which is not equivalent to nine and a half acres.

A quarter section of land is 160 acres, and one acre is approximately 0.0015625 square miles. Therefore, a quarter section of land is about 0.25 square miles.

There are approximately 1.24 acres in half a hectare.

One hectare equals 2.47 acres. Therefore a half a hectare equals 1.235 acres or a little less than 1-1/4 acres.

Quarter is half of a half

; Quarter Section: One quarter of the 640 acre Section, each Quarter Section being 160 acres, named Northeast (NE/4), Southeast (SE/4), Northwest (NW/4), and Southwest Quarters (SW/4). ; Exception I: Quarter Sections designated as Lotsmay (and usually do) vary in acreage. Due to the curvature of the earth, some Townships contain Sections on the North and/or West sides in which the exterior (perimeter) of the Quarter of a Quarter Section - e.g. N/2 (North half) NE/4 NE/4 may be designated as a Lot. If so each half along the perimeter of th Quarter of a Quarter along that side of the Section would be numbered as a Lot. E.g. N/2 NE/4 NE/4 = Lot 1, N/2 NW/4 NE/4 = Lot 2, N/2 NE/4 NW/4 = Lot 3, etc. Therefore that Quarter of a Quarter Section will not contain 40 square acres, the Quarter Section will not contain 160 square acres and the Section will not contain 640 square acres. ; Exception II: A river may change course and "take" land formerly surveyed as being part of a given Quarter Section, thus changing the areage. ; Section: Basic unit of the system, a square tract one mile from East to West and one mile from North to South containing 640 acres. ; Township: 36 Sections arranged in a 6 by 6 array, measuring 6 miles by 6 miles. Sections are numbered beginning with the Northeast-most Section, proceeding West to 6, then South along the West edge of the Township and back to the East for Sections 7 - 12, etc. ; Range: Assigned to a Township by measuring East or West of a Principal Meridian ; Range Lines: North to South lines which mark Township boundaries ; Township Lines: East to west lines which mark Township boundaries ; Principal Meridian: Reference or beginning point for measuring East or West ranges.

half white, a quarter filipino and a quarter black.

A quarter rest is half of a half rest. So there are two quarter rests in a half rest. 3 half rests is 6 quarter rests.

Yes, it does.

There are 640 acres in 1 square mile. So (1/2 mile)*(1/4 mile) = 1/8 square mile, or:(1/8 square mile)*(640 acre/square mile) = 80 acres