How many acres total is the US?

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  • 1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    U.S.A. — area is 3, 718, 695 square miles which is

    2, 379, 964, 800 acres

    Found the area and then used an online converter to change it to acres.

  • 4 years ago

    So with a population in the world of 7 billion if they were all family's you could easily provided at a mim. 1 acre of land to each and every family with some left over. This would leave the rest of the world to grow what ever food might be needed along with other resources to grow society. Under Socialism this is at least 2 billion people too many so that many need to be destroyed. Under a free capitalist society not only would we be able to feed everyone but wealthy people take better care of their property and planet then do poor people. Also Governments are the biggest polluters that have ever existed.

    • vaustin7910 months agoReport

      Remember that is total acreage. Subtract from that number the area of rivers, lakes, deserts, swamps, flood plains, mountain tops, uninhabitable areas of Alaska. Also volcanic areas of Hawaii. Roads, utilities, businesses. Its an impossible task.

  • 3 years ago

    Acres In The Us

  • 4 years ago

    "There are more than 17,000 golf courses in the United States, and approximately 70 percent of that land is not used for playing," as of July 12, 2007. I also found this article from 2000. In the United States, there are approximately 15,000 golf courses, accounting for an estimated 4 million acres. Seventy percent of that area is considered rough or out-of-play, and has the potential for creating significant wildlife benefits (Tilly, 2000). More golf courses are created each year, with a typical golf course comprising 54 hectares of land (Terman, 1997). So based on the approximate acres from their estimate in 2000, the current acres used would be about 4.5 million.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The U.S. has 2.3 billion acres of land

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