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# How many acres are there in a plot 50 feet wide by 1320 feet long?

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The idea is to multiply length x width. That will give you an answer in square feet. Then you convert that to acres. Wiki User

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### How many acres in 1320 feet by 1320 feet?

Exactly 40 acres.

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### How many acres is 1320 feet by 104 feet?

Answer: 137,280 ft&sup2; = 3.15151 acres

### How many acres in a square 1320 feet wide and 2640 feet long?

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### How many acres are in 425 feet by 1320 feet?

There are 43,560 square feet in an acre. 425 * 1320 = 561000 sq ft 561000/43560 = 12.88 acres

### How many acres would be in 1320 feet by 209 feet?

One acre is 43,560 square feet. The conversion would be 6.33 acres.

### How many acres in 330ft wide by 1320 long?

43,560 square feet = 1 acre330-ft x 1,320-ft = 435,600 square feet = 10 acres, exactly.

### 330 feet wide by 1320 feet deep would contain how many acres?

330 x 1320 = 435,600 square feet = exactly 10acres.

### How many acres is 1320 ft x 1320 ft?

40 acres. 1320 sq.ft. x 1320 sq.ft. = 1,742,400 Divide by 43,560 sq.ft. per acre = 40 acres.

### How many acres is a square 1320 feet wide and 495 feet long?

Find the total area of the space (length times width) and then divide the area of an acre by the resulting number.