# LOT PERIMETER TO SQUARE METER

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### LOT PERIMETER TO SQUARE METER

WHAT IS THE SQUARE METER OF THE FOLLOWING PERIMETER?
LOT # 1
POINT 2 -76.22
POINT 3 - 191.44
POINT 1 - 151.59

LOT # 2
POINT 2 - 162.41
POINT 3 - 157-84
POINT 4 - 106-52
POINT 1 - 163.94

LOT # 3
POINT 2 - 217.32
POINT 3 - 155.48
POINT 4 - 291.69
POINT 5 -17.92
POINT 6 -199.56
POINT 1 - 16.41
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### Re: LOT PERIMETER TO SQUARE METER

Assuming the lines are straight and line lengths are in meters, the area of Lot 1 can be calculated using Heronâ€™s formula:

Area = sqrt(s(s-a)(s-b)(s-c))

Where: s = 1/2(a+b+c)

Lots 2 & 3 are irregular polygons and the areas cannot be determined without knowing both the line lengths and angles of intersects (in order, clockwise or CCW) or the diagonals between line intersects.
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