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Encyclopedia > Square miles
This article is about the unit of measure. In England, the Square Mile is a traditional name for the City of London.

A square mile (symbol sq. mile or mi˛) is an imperial unit which is the area of a square whose side is one mile (or 5,280 feet). A square mile is equal to 27,878,400 square feet, 640 acres, or roughly 2˝ square kilometres (2.589988 km˛, to be more exact). In the Public Land Survey System of the US and the Dominion Land Survey of Canada, the size of a standard section of land is one square mile. Note that the abbreviation sq. mile is more common than mi˛, as the use of a superscript 2 to indicate a squared unit is more common with SI units.


See also: Conversion of units


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Persons per square mile, 2000 (396 words)
Persons per square mile is the average number of inhabitants per square mile of land area.
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