29 September, 22:41

Albert uses as his unit of length (for walking to visit his neighbors or plowing his fields) the albert (a), the distance albert can throw a small rock. one albert is 88 meters. how many square alberts is equal to one acre? (1 acre = 43,560 ft2 = 4050 m2)

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1. 29 September, 22:52
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To solve this problem, we know that:

1 Albert = 88 meters

1 A = 88 m

The first thing we have to do is to square both sides of the equation:

(1 A) ^2 = (88 m) ^2

1 A^2 = 7,744 m^2

Since it is given that 1 acre = 4,050 m^2, so to reach that value, 1st let us divide both sides by 7,744:

1 A^2 / 7,744 = 7,744 m^2 / 7,744

(1 / 7,744) A^2 = 1 m^2

Then we multiply both sides by 4,050.

(4050 / 7744) A^2 = 4050 m^2

0.523 A^2 = 4050 m^2

Therefore 1 acre is equivalent to about 0.52 square alberts.
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