Q: How big is a lot that is 70 feet x 100 feet?

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Since there are three measures given, it is reasonable to assume that the question concerns a triangular plot with sides of 70, 100 and 146 units. Assume that these measures are in feet. In that case, the area is 3110.82 square feet.

70/100 = 70%

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100% of the whole = 780 84 : 70% = N : 100% 70%N/70% = (546 * 100%)/70% N = 780

percentage = 70%% rate:= 49/70 * 100%= 0.70 * 100%= 70%

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It Is 70 Feet

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There are 0.3048 metres in one foot. Therefore, 70 feet is equal to 70 x 0.3048 = 21.336 metres.