Four homes are neighbors. The Alberto’s and Chang’s are adjacent to the Brunson’s and Johnson’s
but only meet each other at a point. The Brunson’s and Johnson’s properties also only meet at a point. The combine yards of the properties are surrounded by three roads. There is a road that runs by Alberto and Johnson, another road going by Johnson and Chang, and a road that runs by the Brunson’s. The fence used to divide the Brunson’s property runs perfectly straight with his adjacent neighbors. The Albertson’s claim their property is 500
sq. ft., the Chang’s state that their property is only 300 sq. ft., and the Brunson’s property is 1000 sq. ft. However, the Johnson’s do not know how big their property is, all they know is that their property is the biggest property and a quadrilateral. Assuming his neighbors are correct, how big is their property?

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Four homes are neighbors. The Alberto’s and Chang’s are adjacent to the Brunson’s and Johnson’s

but only meet each other at a point. The Brunson’s and Johnson’s properties also only meet at a point. The combine yards of the properties are surrounded by three roads. There is a road that runs by Alberto and Johnson, another road going by Johnson and Chang, and a road that runs by the Brunson’s. The fence used to divide the Brunson’s property runs perfectly straight with his adjacent neighbors. The Albertson’s claim their property is 500

sq. ft., the Chang’s state that their property is only 300 sq. ft., and the Brunson’s property is 1000 sq. ft. However, the Johnson’s do not know how big their property is, all they know is that their property is the biggest property and a quadrilateral. Assuming his neighbors are correct, how big is their property?

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