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The radius of a circle with an area of 2 acres is about 166.53 feet. The diameter is about 333.05 feet.

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There is no such thing as a "root radious of a angle".There is no such thing as a "root radious of a angle".There is no such thing as a "root radious of a angle".There is no such thing as a "root radious of a angle".

0.40174471996624744 acre so a tiny bit over 2/5ths of an acre.

From the center to an outside part. Half the diameter

1/2 acre is 2,023.43 square meters.

29,040 sq feet in 2/3 acre.

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There is no such thing as a "root radious of a angle".There is no such thing as a "root radious of a angle".There is no such thing as a "root radious of a angle".There is no such thing as a "root radious of a angle".

The radious of the inner core is 1,220km(760miles).

circumference = 2*pi*14 units of measurement

Area of a circle = pi * r^2 = 3.14159(10.6)^2 = 352.989

None, since there is no such word as "radious". Radius, however, come from Latin.

Vol=(3.14)(radious squared)(height)+(4/3)(3.14)(radious cubed)

1 yard is 3 feet .... so multiply 2 x 3 = 6feet

1 acre = 43,560 square feet1/2 acre = 21,780 square feet

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No, it is not half an acre. It is almost 2 and a half acres.

Yes, it is 47% of an acre (about 1/2).