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Imperial Areas Quiz
A last chance to nurture a few imperial measurement terms for area before they are completely lost to European terms. (A calculator might help!) 10 Questions.
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1
How many square inches are there in a square foot?
12
144
122
24
2
A square yard covers how many square feet?
12
6
15
9
3
How many square inches are there to a square yard?
1296
1196
1096
996
4
An area of 484 square yards is termed as a what?
Acre
Pole
Square Chain
Square Furlong
5
Defined in the time of Edward I, what area was supposed to be the limit that a yoke of oxen could plough in a day?
One Square Mile
One Square Furlong
One Rood
One Acre
6
How many square yards comprise an acre?
1760
4840
2420
3840
7
How many square chains are there to the acre?
16
14
10
12
8
A hide was considered enough land to support a house-hold for a year and comprised of how many acres?
100
75
50
25
9
If there are 30.25 square yards to a square pole, and 40 square poles to the rood, how many roods are there to the acre?
8
4
2
6
10
What do a square pole, rod and perch all have in common?
They are all names of square dances
They are all names of square fish
They only come out at night
They all have the same area
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