# What is the perimeter of 1/4 acre?

**square**feet. So, if the 1/4 acre was a

**square**plot, it would be about 104.36 feet

**square**, so perimeter would be 417.42 feet. But, that 1/4 acre could have been a rectangle with dimensions (whole numbers only) of 1′ x 10890′ (perimeter = 21,782 feet) TO 99′ x 110′ (perimeter = 418 feet).

Also know, what is the perimeter of 1/4 acre?

Hi Kerry, There are **43560 square** feet in an acre so one quarter of an acre is **square** feet. If each side of the **square is** F feet long then the area is F^2 **square** feet. Thus F^2 = 10890 and F = sqrt{10890} = 104.35 feet.

Likewise, what is the perimeter of 1/2 acre? An acre is **43560 square** feet so half an acre is **43560**/2 = 21780 **square** feet. If your 1/2 acre plot of land is a **square** with area 21780 **square** feet then each side is of length √21780 feet.

Similarly one may ask, what is the size of a 1/4 acre lot?

**1/4 acre** is 10890 ft^2 (square feet). That is a square approximately 104.36 feet on a side. But, just using whole numbers, there are 18 other possibilities for the shape of a **1/4 acre** plot. Some of them are 99′ x 110′ 90′ x 121′, 66′ x 165′, and 55′ x 198′.

How many acres is 200 feet by 200 feet?

.918 acres