Q: What is the square footage of a lot measuring 81x180x113x180?

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15375

For a parking lot to have 3 measurements, it must be an unusual shape. We would need more information to figure the square footage.

Yes and no. If the home is a one story, then obviously whatever the square footage of it is, is what square footage of land is underneath it. Now, if you have a two story home you wouldn't be able to use the square footage. You may ask why is that. Because now your square footage is equal to up and down stairs. In turn this will double the square footage. I wanted to add to this question that most lots are meassured by length and width. So lets say your length is 130 FT and your width is 60 FT, You multiply the two numbers and come up with the square footage of your lot, 7800square feet.

Multiply the length by the width to get square footage.

The square footage of the lot is 938,955.18 sq ft.

The size of a city lot varies greatly from city to city. For instance some cities use a parameter of 50 feet of frontage and 150 feet in length. That would make square footage of that city lot of 7,500 square feet.

Square footage? That's a bit 'precise'.Countries - especially ones the size of Russia are usually measured in square miles.* 1 square mile = 27,878,400 square feet. * Russia is 6,592,800 square miles. * Multiplying 27,878,400 by 6,592,800 gives 183,796,715,520,000 square feet. That's a lot of carpet!

632' x 25' = 15800 sq. ft.

The Department of Zoning at your local city hall can answer your question.

Square footage. Bedrooms, Bathrooms, Lot Size, and Location

No. The building footprint is the area it occupies within a lot or space. That building can be multiple stories ether above or underground. The space within the building footprint/ multiple stories can be considered the square footage.

Since the lot is an irregular polygon you need to either determine diagonal lengths within the lot or the interior and/or exterior angles of the corners. The square footage of an irregular polygon cannot be determined by the lengths of the sides alone.

It is not possible to answer the question. The fact that there are four lengths suggests that the lot is a shape in 4-dimensional hyperspace. In that case I not sure that a meaningful measure of the total square footage can be given. Al alternative is that these are the measures of the four sides of a quadrilateral. A quadrilateral is not a rigid shape. It can be flexed through infinitely many shapes - from a thin long shape to a near rectangle and the area will vary hugely according to the shape. It is, therefore. not possible to calculate the square footage.

You gave four dimensions in the question. You have a 4-dimensional hyper-cube, also known as a tesseract. Square footage does not apply here.

That depends on the shape of the lot. However, the perimeter of a 15-acre square lot is 3.233.33 feet with each side measuring 808.33 feet.

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I assume your dimentions mean the lot is not even on both sides such as 133x72? Approx. sq. footage is 9,202 +-. Very often you will see lots advertised and being more or less a given size.

It depends a lot on total square footage and condition of existing basement. 1000 sq.ft basement with no bathroom could be done for $20 per foot including labor and all materials.

Measure the outside W x L = sq. ft. of each level of your house. A lot of counties and cities put the total sq. ft. of a home, as well as, lot size info. on tax forms.

Yes. There is a lot of examining of this footage. On monsterquest there was evidence pointing to: bigfoot's real.

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the mass measuring tools are: standard balance senstive balance and there are lot more types

It isn't possible to know without knowing the shape of the lot. If you could measure the diagonals, then with that information along with the length of each side, it would be possible to say. If you knew the diagonals, then this equation could be used to give your answer: Area = 1/4 X square root (4p2q2 - (a2 + c2 - b2 - d2)2) p and q are the diagonals a, b, c, d are the four perimeter measurements.

If you take the square root of 81, you get 9 square yards, which is the answer.

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