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what are land measurements..Can someone explain it to me


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Is multiplication!

  • 30 * 30 = 900 = 900m^2(sqm)

So no, 30 * 30 is not the same as 3072. 3072 could be made up of lots of options, for example:-

  • 3072 = 1536 * 2
  • 3072 = 768 * 4
  • 3072 = 384 * 8
  • Etc.

The land can be at any scale ratio (it may not even be a rectangle/square), you're best off teleporting to the land and looking for yourself to be sure your plans will fit.

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Is multiplication!

  • 30 * 30 = 900 = 900m^2(sqm)

So no, 30 * 30 is not the same as 3072. 3072 could be made up of lots of options, for example:-

  • 3072 = 1536 * 2
  • 3072 = 768 * 4
  • 3072 = 384 * 8
  • Etc.

The land can be at any scale ratio (it may not even be a rectangle/square), you're best off teleporting to the land and looking for yourself to be sure your plans will fit.

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Freyda is spot on. It's all about the math.

Remember the smallest unit of measure in the SecondLife grid is the 4m x 4m parcel also known as a 16 square meter parcel . This means all dimensions are dividable by 4. So as much as you'd like to have one, you couldn't have a 30m x 30m parcel  32m x 32m no problem!

Extra Credit: I love irregular shaped parcels that use the sawtooth patterning to achieve a diagonal parcel effect.

 

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