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15.86 acres 2016-04-21
From Ronald:
If a rectangular piece of land is 1320 ft. on one side, how many feet would be required on the other side to equal 15.86 acres?
Answered by Penny Nom.
The area of two lots 2015-10-13
From Lynn:
I have 2 lots that have mobile homes on them... I was told they were 100 x 200 lots.. I have tried to calculate it on here but was not able to understand how to exactly do it. I would like to know if I have a 1/2 acreage or exactly what the 2 lots are?
Answered by Penny Nom.
How many acres does a 4.5 mi strip 52 inches wide make? 2013-05-21
From Aaron:
How many acres does a 4.5 mi strip 52 inches wide make?
Answered by Lorraine Dame.
The dimensions of my property 2013-05-21
From Mr.:
My property is 196 feet wide an I own 2 1/2 acres how many feet in depth is it
Answered by Lorraine Dame.
An odd shaped lot 2008-11-13
From Janice:
Hi I am attaching a survey of an odd shaped real estate lot. I am hoping you can help me determine the acreage.


Answered by Harley Weston.
The width of a property 2007-11-29
From Angie:
I need to know what the footage is to find 8.1 acres knowing that the North boundary is 1309'
Answered by Penny Nom.



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