This is a very open-ended question, in that since a particular type of region is not specified (a forest, arid desert, etc.), there is no definite answer. Variables that affect the number of trees per acre vary, including approximate spacing between trees, the species of said trees, other things in that acre (houses, lakes, rivers, etc.), and perhaps even the amount of deforestation in that acre. According to an answer I found to a similar question, it was stated that an average number for trees in an acre can be up to around 700, but this may be for a forest.
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