Q: How many acres are in a quarter quarter section?

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1 acre = 43,560 square feetArea = (1,320 x 1,320) / 43,560 = 40 acres(exact)===============================Another approach:1,320 ft = (1,320 / 5,280) = 0.25 mileArea = (0.25 x 0.25) = 0.0625 square mile( 1/4 x 1/4 ) = 1/16th square mile = one quarter-quarter section1 section = 640 acres0.0625 square mile = One quarter-quarter section = 640/16 = 40 acres

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The area of Nebraska is 49,506,640 acres (77,354 sq mi = 77,354 x 640 acres = 49,506,560 acres).

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there are 2.471 acres in a hectacre.

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The southeast quarter of a section is 160 acres, and the southeast quarter of that is 40 acres. So, the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of a section is 40 acres.

Any quarter section is comprised of 160 acres.

You haven't said a 'quarter' of what. If it's a quarter section, then there are 160 acres in it.

160 acres.

160.

Assuming that there is nothing strange going on (e.g. sloppy surveying) there are 40 acres in the quarter-quarter section.

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.

1 section = 640 acres. A quarter section = 160 acres.

Usually 160 acres.

A quarter section is equivalent to 64 hectares. This is because one section is 640 acres and a quarter section is one-fourth of that area.

1 section = 640 acres(north HALF) of (southeast QUARTER) = (1/2) x (1/4) = 1/8th section = 640/8 = 80 acres

1 section = 1 square mile = 640 acres1/4 x 1/4 = 1/161/16 x 640 = 40 acres