80 for the roof and enough more for the starter row and the cap. There is no way to figure the extras without knowing the width of the roof or how much of it is bottom edge and peak.
Asked in Building and Carpentry
How many shingles to cover 585 sqfeet?
5.85 squares + 15% waste = ~6.75 squares of material needed 1/3 square per bundle of shingles 20 - 21 bundles of shingles (buy 21 and return the extra if necessary - it's i'mportant to have shingles from the same pallet/factory for matching purposes. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
Need conversionfactor on how to calucate how much in 200lyd in sqfeet?
Linear measure and square measure cannot be converted
Asked in Himachal Pradesh
How many sqfeet equals one biswa in himachal pradesh?
400 squre meter is equall to one biswa
600 sqfeet is how many cubic yards?
This question cannot be answered sensibly. A square foot is a measure of area, with dimensions [L2]. A cubic yard is a measure of volume, with dimensions [L3]. Basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions such as these without additional information. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Length and Distance
How many meters are there in 1500 sqfeet?
The question, as stated, cannot be answered sensibly. A square foot is a measure of area, with dimensions [L2]. A metre is a measure of distance, with dimensions [L]. The two measure different things and basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions such as these without additional information. ...
Asked in Farm Crops
Rate for weeds of 4 oz Devrinol per acre how much to cover 200 sqfeet?
This is going to be a challenge in practical application, since the amounts are so small. You need to find a way to measure out a little over one-half of a gram, 520.6 milligrams to be precise, and apply that over your 200 squre feet. Good luck! ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra
How many 16 x 16 sq inch tiles are needed for 80 sqfeet?
16 x 16 inch tiles are actually (1 and 1/3) x (1 and 1/3) feet tiles which turns out to have an area of (4/3) x (4/3) = 16/9 square feet. So you want to cover 80 square feet. The number of tiles required is (80) / (16/9) = (80) x (9/16) = 45 tiles ...