Q: How many feet are on one side of a square mile?

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1 mile.

Each side: 1,320 feetPerimeter: 5,280 feet (one mile)Diagonal: 1,870 feetArea: 1,742,400 square feet

There are 43,560 square feet in an acre. That gives you 108,900 square feet and the square root of that gives you 330 feet per side

26 a side.

208.7 feet per side.

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If the area was a square, each side would measure 1,320 feet (1/4 mile).

The parcel contains 27,878,400 square feet, equal to one square mile. Each side of the parcel measures one mile (5,280 feet). The perimeter length is 21,200 feet. The length of the diagonal is 7,470 feet.

A square mile means an area, equal to a square of side 1 mile

1 mile.

Each side: 1,320 feetPerimeter: 5,280 feet (one mile)Diagonal: 1,870 feetArea: 1,742,400 square feet

144 square miles.

Each side: 933.4 feetPerimeter: 3,734 feetDiagonal: 1,320 feet (1/4 mile)Area: 871,200 square feet

There are 43,560 square feet in an acre. That gives you 108,900 square feet and the square root of that gives you 330 feet per side

Ten square miles refers to an area that is 10 miles by 10 miles, totaling 100 square miles. On the other hand, ten miles square refers to a square area with each side measuring 10 miles, so the total area covered is 100 square miles as well. Both terms refer to the same area size, but just describe it in a different way.

Each side of a square with an area of 40 acres is 1,320 feet (1/4 mile) long. The diagonal measurement is 1,867 feet long.

26 a side.

208.7 feet per side.