







Subdividing land 
20190509 

From Reuben: This is the measurements of my plot, AB 46.7M, BC 193.1, CD 198.5 & DA 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 CD, eg two 2acre plots. the the remaining part becomes my compound (Uper part at line AB) Answered by Harley Weston. 





The area of a lot 
20190406 

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 don’t have that. An estimate would be all I need.
Thank you for you help.
Rob Answered by Harley Weston. 





More on calculating the area (acreage) of a foursided lot 
20170306 

From Kerri:
Can you please show the formula used to calculate areas as provided on this page:
Calculating the area (acreage) of a foursided lot Answered by Penny Nom. 





A lot on a culdesac 
20150306 

From ana: Julie lives on a culdesac and wants to know if the city calculated the area of her plot of land correctly (see diagram below). We can assume the culdesac is a circle and it has radius 40 feet.The boundary of the lot along the culdesac (the arc from A to B) is 78.21 feet. The city found the area to be 7012.5 square feet–are they correct? Answered by Penny Nom. 





The area of a 5 sided lot 
20140315 

From Michael: Question from michael:
This lot is in feet. 59x154x109x188x137 per the plot plan Answered by Harley Weston. 





A nonrerctangular lot 
20050118 

From EM: One corner of a 60X120 foot lot, otherwise rectangular, is a curve with a radius of 20 feet and a central angle of 90 degrees. What is the area? Answered by Penny Nom. 

