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# HOW TO MEASURE THE PLOT AREA WITH DIFFERENT SIZES

Plot area measurement is very easy and simple. This article you will get help to measure any plot area with different sizes.
So let’s get start.

#### Example 1:

Suppose we consider the Length of the plot 100 feet and Width of the plot  is 30 feet 6 inches.

We know that  area of the plot is equal to length into width.

Area = 100  x  30’6″

Area = 3050 square feet.

#### Example 2:

In second example the Length 23 feet 6 inches and the Width is taken 6 feet 9 inches.

Now to obtain the area of plot we will multiply the length and width of the plot that is

Area  =  23’6″ multiply 15’9″ (Length cross width = 23.50 cross 15.75(6/12= 0.5))

Area  =  370.125 square feet

Now if you want to determine the square to keep the length of one sides and then multiply this to itself the area will be fined.
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