Q: How does a feet compare to a mile?

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Miles measures distance. Square miles measures area. Therefore, you can not compare the two. It is like comparing feet and cups.

1 mile 4 feet (there are 5280 feet in a mile)

.25 mile *5280 feet/1 mile=1320 feet in one fourth of a mile.

One mile is 5,280 feet. 0.1 mile (1/10 mile) is 528 feet.

0.25 mile - 1320 feet .025 mile - 132 feet

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not possible to compare an area unit with a length unit.

5,000 feet is 5.3% shorter/nearer/less than 1 mile.

Miles measures distance. Square miles measures area. Therefore, you can not compare the two. It is like comparing feet and cups.

There are 5,280 feet in one mile.

Miles measures distance. Square feet measures area. Therefore, you can not compare the two.

There are approximately 2,640 feet in a half mile.

8,480 feet is more than one mile. One mile is 5,280 feet.

There are 5,280 feet in a mile.

1 mile 4 feet (there are 5280 feet in a mile)

There are 5,280 feet in a mile, so half a mile is half that, or 2,640 feet.

Oh, dude, it's like this: you take 1.5 miles, multiply it by 5280 feet per mile, and you get 7920 feet. So, basically, if you're walking 1.5 miles, you're strolling about 7920 feet. Cool, right?

01 mile is one mile. There are 5280 feet in one statute or ordinary mile. (There is another kind of mile called a nautical mile)