A square mile is composed of 640 acres. So, since 160 x 4 = 640, 160 "4-acre square plots" = 1 sq mile. A quarter square mile is equal to 160 acres. An acre contains 43560 sq ft.
One section is equal to one square mile. In one square mile, there are 640 acres, therefore in one quarter of a section of land, there are 160 acres.
174,240 square feet x 160 = 1 square mile
No, an acre does not equal one square mile. There are 640 acres in one square mile.
A 'quarter section', one quarter of a square mile, is 160 acres.
No. One square mile = 640 acres.
1 square mile = 640 acres 0.25 square mile x 640 acres/square mile = 160 acres.
One square mile is equal to 640 acres.
There is no whole unit that will answer your question. One Square Mile = 640 acres One Square Mile = 260 Hectares (not 160). There is no unit which equals 4 acres (which would be the answer you are looking for). A scotts acre (or scottish acre) is equal to 1.3 common acres - but again that doesn't add up to what you are looking for.
One square mile is equal to about 2.6 square kilometers.
There are 2.58998811 square kilometers in a mile.
One square mile is equal to 3,097,600 square yards