Q: What size lot is 100 by 200 feet?

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200 by 300 feet

The dimensions could be 200 ft by 100 ft. or 400ft by 50 ft.

The size of a city lot will vary depending on location. The standard size of a city lot is 25 feet wide by 100 feet in depth.

If the lot has 90 degree angles between sides, the size of a 40' x 100' lot is 4,000 square feet or 0.092 acres.

100' x 100' if it's perfectly square. 125 feet by 80 feet will also give 10,000 square feet, as will 250 feet by 40 feet.

43,560 square feet = 1 acre200' x 325' = 65,000 square feet = 1.492 acres

About 224 feet I believe.

5000 square feet is 0.11 of an acre.

2,152.78 square feet.

An acre was originally defined as the size of a plot of land that can be tilled by one man behind one ox in one day, and measures 66 feet by 660 feet, for a total of 43,560 square feet.[1] In modern times, an "acre" is considered a square building lot of size 200 x 200 feet, however, this is really 8% shy of an acre. A real acre square lot would measure 208' 81/2" square.

An acre is 400 sq ft. So, divide the size of the lot (in square feet) by the # of sq ft in an acre and... voila!... the size of your lot in acres! 150ft*200ft = 30000sq ft 30000 sq ft / 42000 sq ft = .71 Acres

A square-shaped 200-acre lot has a perimeter of 11,806.4 feet.