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 Calculating the area (acreage) of a four sided lot 2007-07-18 From A property owner:I have a real estate property and the lot size is something I need to find out. I know the lengths of the four sides, but it isn't a rectangle, it is an odd shape. How do I find the acreage?Answered by Stephen La Rocque. Lot size / acreage (more than three sides) 2007-05-11 From Martha:What is the lot size of the following dimensions equivalent to acre. 141.85 x 52.55 x 217.63 x 38.89 x 68.08Answered by Penny Nom and Stephen La Rocque. A house's selling price 2002-11-05 From Tanisha:a CERTAIN REAL-ESTATE AGENT RECEIVES \$6 FOR EVERY \$100 OF A HOUSE'S SELLING PRICE. HOW MUCH WAS A HOUSE SOLD FOR IF THE AGENT \$10,725._Answered by Penny Nom.

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