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How many 12 ins x12 ins pavers are in 256 square feet?

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2012-08-24 07:31:30
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256 (12" x 12" = 1 sf, therefore 256/1 =256)

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The patio is 10x 12 = 120 sq ft or 17,280 sq in The pavers are 16x16 = 256 sq in So you need 17280/256 = 68 pavers



256 square meters = 2,755.56 square feet (rounded)


Area of 1 paver = 16*16 = 256 square units. Area of patio = 20*20 = 400 square units. Number of pavers required = Area of patio/Area of paver = 400/256 = 1.5625 So 2 pavers will suffice.



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Multiply the two dimensions to get the area. The calculation will give you 256 square feet.


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Answer: 256 ft² = 23.7831 m²


256 square feet. This is an easy calculation - just multiply the length by the width. The answer is the number of square feet.


1 square foot = 12 x 12 = 144 square inches 1 square inch = 1/12 x 12 = 1/144 square foot ---- 16 x 16 = 256 square feet 256 square feet = 256 x 12 x 12 = 36864 square inches


32-ft x 8-ft = 256 square feet



Multiply width by length to get the area. The answer would be 256 square feet or 28.45 square yards.


If the square has an area of 256 square feet then each side of the square is 16 feet because the square root of 256 is 16


To get the answer multiply length and width. The answer will come out to be 256 square feet.


16 by 16 means multiplying 16 and 16 together, yielding 162 = 256 square feet.



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