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If the north side and south side are parallel then this is a trapezoid and the area is the average of the lengths of the parallel sides times the distance between the parallel sides. In this case the average of the lengths of the parallel sides is
The distance between the parallel sides is the perpendicular distance which less than the length of either side, so let's say it is 644 ft then the area is
An acre is 43560 sq ft so this is less than an acre. Even if you take the distance between the parallel sides as 645 ft the area is still less than an acre. I don't see how that area can be 1.606 acres. Penny  


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