How many acre in 1 are?
The answer is 0.024710538146717.
We assume you are converting between acre and are.
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are
The SI derived unit for area is the square meter.
1 square meter is equal to 0.00024710538146717 acre, or 0.01 are.
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››Quick conversion chart of acre to are

1 acre to are = 40.46856 are

2 acre to are = 80.93713 are

3 acre to are = 121.40569 are

4 acre to are = 161.87426 are

5 acre to are = 202.34282 are

6 acre to are = 242.81139 are

7 acre to are = 283.27995 are

8 acre to are = 323.74851 are

9 acre to are = 364.21708 are

10 acre to are = 404.68564 are

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An acre is a measure of land area in Imperial units or U.S. customary units. It is equal to 43 560 square feet, 4840 square yards, or 160 square rods. The precise meaning of this depends on the exact definition adopted for a foot: the international acre is 4 046.856 422 4 mē (for the UK, see). For measurements based specifically on the US survey foot the US survey acre is ca. 4 046.872 610 mē.

››Definition: Are

An are or (symbol a) is a unit of surface area, equivalent to 100 square metres. The are is most familiar through its derived unit, the hectare. Neither the are nor the hectare are SI units, although they are both accepted for use with SI units.

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