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1 rood = 40 perches

1 acre = 4 rood

→ 1 acre = 4 x 40 perches = 160 perches

→ 71 acres 0 rood 5 perches = 71 + 5 ÷ 160 acres = 71 1/32 acres

1 acre ≈ 0.4047 ha

→ 71 1/32 acres ≈ 71 1/32 x 0.4047 ha ≈ 28.75 ha = 28 3/4 ha

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