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Determining the size of a given area can be simplified by dividing it into regular
geometric shapes, assigning letters, such as a, b, c, d, and the like, to represent their dimensions, and using the fomula given below. Generally, any area can be considered as a square or rectangle. Odd extremities of an area (A) can be visualized as measurable triangles or circles. For example, the fairways of a golf course can be visualized as rectangles, its tees as squares, and is greens, lakes and water reservoirs as circles.
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