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The side FA is slightly curved So I approximated this side by the straight line from F to A and I approximated the bearing of this line in the table above. I used the Surveyor's Area formula that Chris Fisher described in an answer to an earlier question and a Microsoft Excel tool the Steve La Rocque constructed to calculate the area. (You can download the spreadsheet in MS excel format if you like). You diagram didn't give units but I expect the side lengths are given in feet. There are 43,560 square feet in an acre so my calculations give 21,922.10/43,560 = 0.50 acres. I hope this helps, Harley  


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