# How many 4 inches by 8 inches bricks are need to build a walk 6ft wide and 24 feet long?

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### How many 4 inches by 8 inches bricks are needed to build a wall 6 ft wide and 24 feet long?

There are 12 inches in one foot. Therefore the wall is 72 inches tall and 288 inches long. The area of that wall is 20, 736 inches squared. The area of one brick (4 inches X 8 inches) is 32 inches squared. The area of the wall divided by the area of one brick gives you the number of bricks need to make the wall (20736/36). The answer is 648. Therefore with a 4 by…

### How many 4-inch by 8-inch bricks are needed to build a walk 6 feet wide and 24 feet long?

The way to calculate the number of bricks is to calculate the area of the walk and then divide by the area of a single brick. One very important point - the same units must be used for both areas (whether you choose inches, feet or anything else, it doesn't matter, you will get the same answer). The area of the walk is 6x24 square feet and, as there are 12 inches in a foot…

### How many 4 inche bricks are needed to build a walk 6ft wide and 24 feet long?

If a standard brick is 4 inches wide by 8 inches long, you'd need 648 of those bricks. Here's the way you'd calculate it: First, since your bricks are measured in inches, I'd convert your 6 foot by 24 foot measurements from feet to inches. Since there are 12 inches per foot, 6 x 12 = 72 inches and 24 x 12 = 288 Then you can calculate the total area you are going to…

### How many bricks would be required to edge a garden that is 37 feet long?

That would depend on the length of bricks that are used. Since the average brick is about seven inches long, I'll use that length to calculate how many bricks you will need. First, multiply the length of your garden by 12 to get the length in inches: 37 x 12 = 444 inches. Then divide the 444 by 7 (the length of the bricks) which will give you 63.43. So the number of bricks you…

### The patio is 15 feet by 8 feet the bricks are 24 x 24 how many do you need?

First determine the square footage occupied by the patio ... 15 x 8 = 120 sq. ft. Next determine the square footage of your bricks. They are 24 inches wide by 24 inches long ....OR 2 feet wide by 2 feet long (pretty BIG bricks !) .... 4 sq. ft. each. IF you can cut your bricks without shattering them, you would need a minimum of 120 divided by 4 = 30 bricks. If you…

### How many 16x16 inch bricks would you need to lay fa a 12 x 20 foot patio?

135 At 12 feet across, that's 12*12=144 inches across. That's 144/16=9 bricks across. At 20 feet long, that's 20*12=240 inches long. That's 240/16=15 bricks long. 9 bricks across times 15 bricks long is 9*15=135 An easier way (but slightly less clear way) to do it would be the following. 20'*12'=240'^2 (240'^2)*(12"*12")=34560"^2 (34560"^2)/(16"*16")=135 units (bricks)

### How many bricks would you need if the area of a patio is 396 square feet and one brick is 4'' x 8''?

If you lay out your bricks, 3 wide and 3 long, you'll get an area 12 inches x 24 inches. So every 9 brick, you'll cover 2 square feet. So 4.5 bricks per square feet X 396 square feet = 1782 bricks. Add a few for damage and waste, at least 1800 bricks for the patio you describe, maybe a few extra if the dimensions don't come out even. The bricks each cover an area…

### How many 4 by 8 inch bricks are needed to build a walk 6 feet wide and 24 feet long?

work out the square footage of your wall ----eg 4ftX8ft = 32 square feet ----- there are 32 bricks of your size to every square yard ---there are 9 square feet in one square yard --so divide the total square feet of wall by 9 ----= 32divided by 9 = 4 square yards so if 1 square yard = 32 bricks you will need 32 x 4 = 128 bricks add a few for breakages…

### How many 4 by 8 bricks to cover 792 feet?

792 feet is a measure of length, not area. Therefore the width of the bricks is irrelevant. The question is simply about the number of 8-inch bricks that, when lined up, form a line that is 792 feet long. The answer is 792*12/8 = 1188 bricks. This assumes that 1187 thicknesses of cement between the bricks have no effect!