Q: How many football fields is in 29035 feet?

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Well, a football field is typically a 100 yards. A 1000 feet equals a tad over 333.33 yards. Thus 1000 feet would be approximately three football fields. That is is we are talking about American football.

There are 5.5 miles in 29,035 feet. So, put on your walking shoes and start counting those steps, honey!

24 whole fields (US, NFL) with some room left over.

A standard football field measures 360 feet by 160 feet. There are 27,878,400 feet in a square mile. This means that you could fit a total of 484 standard football fields in a square mile.

3,950 feet is 3/4 mile.

An average football ground is approx 73460 sq feet. 40 hectares is 4.30556e6 sq feet which means 58.6 or about 60 football fields would fit in.

There is 5280 feet in a mile X 1.5 = 7920 feet divided by 300 feet in a football field minus end zones = 26.4 football fields in 1.5 miles.

If you take 3 football fields, that's 900 feet (from one goal line to the other). An 885-foot ship is just a bit short of that by 15 feet.

An acre is approx the size of a football field, so, five. Answer: 4.5375 football fields in 5 acres Math: An acre is equal to 43,560 square feet A foot ball field (300 feet X 160 feet) is 48,000 square feet 5 acres = 5 X 43,560 square feet = 217,800 square feet 217,800 square feet / 48,000 square feet = 4.5375 football fields

An NFL field is 100 yards long, which is 300 feet, so half of that is 150 feet.

A length of 300 meters is equivalent to the length of three ( 3 ) American football fields.

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