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It is not possible to convert feet to acres, because feet measure length and acres measure area. However, you can first find the number of rectangular square feet by multiplying length times width, then convert to acres by dividing the number of square feet by 43,560.


The cost of land per acre is appraised according to whether it is an income property, if there are construction costs or what the market value of neighboring land might be. The value of the land is then divided by the number of acres to discern the price per acre.


Land value per acre is calculated by dividing the appraisal value of the property by the size of the land in acres. If these numbers are unknown, it may be necessary to hire an appraiser and a surveyor to determine the accurate value and size of the land before proceeding.


Five acres is equivalent to 24,200 square yards, or 0.7 percent of a square mile. Since an acre is equivalent to about 75 percent of the area of a football field, 5 acres is equivalent to almost four football fields.


An acre is equal to 43,560 square feet, so 100 acres equals 4,356,000 square feet. An acre is 1/640 of a square mile, so 100 acres also equals about 0.16 square miles. Because 1 acre equals about 4046.86 square meters, 100 acres equals 404686 square meters in the metric system.


A 1-acre plot of land is equivalent to 43,560 square feet or 4,840 square yards. An acre is also equal to about 75 percent of the size of a football field.


One acre is equal to 0.0016 square miles. The value is also equivalent to 4,840 square yards, 43,560 square feet, 0.004047 square kilometers or 4,046.86 square meters.


The most common size comparison of an acre is with a standard American football field, which is 6,400 square yards, or 1.32 acres. An acre is roughly the size of a football field without the end zones.


An acre is equal to 43,560 square feet or 4,840 square yards. A square mile contains 640 acres. The word acre comes from the Old English term "aecer" or "aker," which meant "open field."


To calculate the lot size of a property, sketch the shape of the lot, divide it into regular shapes, calculate the area of the shapes with applicable mathematical formulas, and add all the areas. Find the actual measurement of each property boundary first.