Convert square feet to acres calculator

Convert square feet to acres or acres to square feet using the calculator immediately below.


Guidelines to follow when using the calculator above

1) First, select square feet to acres or acres to square feet.

2) Click in the big rectangular box

3) Type the number your want to convert. Enter only numbers and avoid typing letters!

4) Click on the button labeled 'answer'

   A sample of acres to square feet conversions

    Acres            Square feet
   
       1                 
43560
       2                  87120
      
3                 130680
       4                 174240
       5                
217800
       6                 261360
       7                 304920
       8                
348480
      10               
435600
      11                479160
      12               
522720
      13                566280
      14                609840
      15                653400

      16                696960

      17                740520
      18
               784080
      19                827640
      20                871200

Acres             Square feet
   
21                
914760
22                 958320   
23                
1001880
24                 1045440
25                 1089000
26                 1132560
27                 1176120
28                 1219680
29                 1263240
30                 1306800
31                 1350360
32                 1393920
33                 1437480
34                 1481040
35                 1524600
36                 1568160
37                 1611720
38                 1655280
39                 1698840

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