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    I’m in my first year studying architecture and currently working on a project where I am required to design a building that covers 60m2. First, I need to come up with 10 possible variations drawn to the scale of 1:100. What is the best way of doing so? I have no issue with rectangular layouts but want to be a little more creative and this is where I’m struggling to calculate the area.

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    Hey - sorry you haven't had any responses so far. I'm just going to pop this in the maths study help forum for you. Hopefully someone will see this there and be able to help
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