1 acre linear feet?

How to Measure Linear Feet

If one acre is a square (two-dimensional figure with four straight sides, whose four interior angles are right angles and whose four sides are of equal length), each side is 208.7103 linear feet (square root of 43,560). The perimeter would be 834.8413 linear feet (208.7103*4).

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