From Reuben: This is the measurements of my plot, A-B 46.7M, B-C 193.1, C-D 198.5 & D-A 208.25 (Clockwise naming of sides) angle A at 90 degrees. My questions is how do i subdivide this plot from the bottom having lines running parallel to C-D, eg two 2acre plots. the the remaining part becomes my compound (Uper part at line A-B) Answered by Harley Weston.
From Robert: Can you help me determine the rough square footage of this lot please(attached)? I think it is nearly 7000 square feet. I am sure I need the degrees of of the corners but I donít have that. An estimate would be all I need.
Thank you for you help.
Rob Answered by Harley Weston.
From ana: Julie lives on a cul-de-sac and wants to know if the city calculated the area of her plot of land correctly (see diagram below). We can assume the cul-de-sac is a circle and it has radius 40 feet.The boundary of the lot along the cul-de-sac (the arc from A to B) is 78.21 feet. The city found the area to be 7012.5 square feetĖare they correct? Answered by Penny Nom.