# 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.