How many square feet in an acre?
Understanding the Acres
Acre is a unit of area commonly used for measuring the area of land. The international symbol for acre is ac. It should not be confused with hectare which is also a unit of area.
It’s been used since middle or medieval ages and is still used in Commonwealth countries. For example Canada, the Cayman Islands, Ghana and India.
Area in acres * 43560
Where do you need it in daily life?
It is commonly used in United States and a few Commonwealth countries.
It is mostly used to describe the area of large lands such as Industrial or Commercial estate, Farms, Pastures and forests. Specially, where the legal document for the sell or purchase of the land needs to define the area of land.
You can also use it to identify the cost of materials required for the purpose of landscaping and / or paving the land.
The usage of acre is not permitted in United Kingdom as a legal or formal unit of area. It’s replaced by hectare. Although it is still informally used in United Kingdom.
What measurements do you need?
You just need to know the length of one side of the square area you wish to measure in acre (ac).
Results will be shown right next to the calculator.
How do you visualize the area of an acre?
The easiest way to visualize the area of an acre is to compare the typical US football field. The area of an acre is roughly 3/4th of the US football field.
What can you calculate with this tool?
Our calculator, converts acres into square feet (ft) and it simply requires you to enter the area of an acre. Then click on calculate button and you are done. It returns the area in square feet (ft).
To convert among square feet, square inches, square yards, square centimetres, square millimetres and square meters you can utilize the following conversion table.
|Square feet to square yards||multiply ft2 by 0.11111 to get yd2|
|Square feet to square meters||multiply ft2 by 0.092903 to get m2|
|Square yards to square feet||multiply yd2 by 9 to get ft2|
|Square yards to square meters||multiply yd2 by 0.836127 to get m2|
|Square meters to square feet||multiply m2 by 10.7639 to get ft2|
|Square meters to square yards||multiply m2 by 1.19599 to get yd2|
|Square meters to square millimetres||multiply the m2 value by 1000000 to get mm2|
|Square meters to square centimetres||multiply the m2 value by 10 000 to get cm2|
|Square centimetres to square metres||multiply the cm2 value by 0.0001 to get mm2|
|Square centimetres to square millimetres||multiply the cm2 value by 100 to get mm2|
|Square millimetres to square centimetres||multiply the mm2 value by 0.000001 to get cm2|
|Square millimetres to square metres||multiply the mm2 value by 1000000 to get m2|
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