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Quizzical Pursuit
—The Architecture Puzzler

Created by Dave Guadagni

Solution to Last Week's Puzzler
Architecture Puzzler #441


In U.S. government land measures, how large is a "section" and how large is a "township"?


A "section" is a mile square, or 640 acres (259 hectares). A "township" is 36 sections, or 6 miles square. In many areas of the United States, particularly in the western states where the land was laid out by the government, the terms township and section are usually used in the land title description in order to describe a property's location.


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Dave Guadagni, AIA, is an architect with Robertson/Sherwood/Architects

Quizzical Pursuit is Copyright 2009, Dave Guadagni.


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