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Topic: Acreage of uneven lot (or sq ft)
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Bob L Petersen

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Re: Acreage of uneven lot (or sq ft) meassurements meassure
Posted: Feb 21, 2005 5:57 PM
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On 18 Feb 05 22:12:15 -0500 (EST), Pat Foss wrote: Demensions are: 189.49 ft, 116.25 ft, 173.51 ft, and 141.96 ft.

Three sides is the most you can do without an angle. Now it is
possible to if these are you meassurements to do the meassure the
diagonal. That would be the line between two no adjacent corners. If
you can please get back to one of us.

On Sabbatical writing an outline poem now over 2000 lines
Of how that poem came to be

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The site the poem is on and the page

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Bob L. Petersen



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