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A developer buys a tract of land 0.5 mile long and 0.25 mile wide. Is this enough land to lay out a 75-acre golf course if there are 43,560 square feet in one acre?

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    0.5 * 5,280 = 2640 feet
    0.25 * 5280 = 1320 feet

    1320 * 2640 = 3,484,800 square feet

    3,484,800/75 = ?

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