How many homes are in the average city block?
7-10 houses. :)
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That depends on the size of your home, what appliances you have, your personal habits, if you have electric heat, what kind of light bulbs you use, etc. If you want to estimate your power bill in a new area do the following: (Changes from gas to electric heating devices (ovens, dryers, furnaces) a…nd vice versa will effect this, but this will give you an accurate estimate for your current (not future) lifestyle.) . Calculate you average usage from your current power bills . Call the power company in the new area and ask their rate. . Multiply your usage by their rate. There is your estimate. Be more specific ( Full Answer )
two per house hold so there is 8602,522. there is two per hosehold so there should be 8,602,522 in Colorado
Obviously not all city blocks are the same length but the average block in Center City is around .1 mi, or 528 feet.
The length of a block is different in every city. Please ask another question and specify a city..
There is no uniform standard. In Manhattan blocks are 264 x 900 ft = 237,600 sq ft. In Melbourne Aus it is 660 x 330 ft = 217,800 sq ft, so not very different. Note that 660 ft = 1 furlong (1/8 mile) and 330 ft = 1/2 furlong (1/16 mile)
\n. \n80 to 100 meters, 100 meters is around 328'\n. \nThere are no "standard" blocks. In some cities they may be very small and others much larger and the size may vary greatly within a city. In the central part of my hometown, there are 13 blocks in a mile going north and south but only 8 when… traveling east or west. ( Full Answer )
There are about 3.03 blocks in 2000 feet. The is from theconversion: Eight blocks which equals one mile which in turnsequals to 5280 feet.
The average city block is considered to be 1/8 of a mile, 850 feet.984 feet would constitute one full city block, with 134 feet leftover.
Although city blocks can differ depending on where they arelocated, generally there are 16 to 17 per mile. In terms ofacreage, a square city block converts to approximately 2.21 to 2.50acres.
4,670 if you assume 1 square mile equals 100 city blocks. San Francisco is 46.7 square miles and http://www.onlineconversion.com/area.htm converts from square miles to city blocks. Not totally accurate, but it might be close and at least a credible paper trail.
The average attendance at Kauffman Stadium since 2000: . 2000 - 19,319 . 2001 - 18,964 . 2002 - 16,334 . 2003 - 22,819 . 2004 - 21,031 . 2005 - 17,356 . 2006 - 17,158 . 2007 - 19,961 . 2008 - 19,986 Click on the 'Royals Attendance' link below to see average attendances for Royals games f…or the existence of the franchise. ( Full Answer )
It depends. Are you going north-south or east-west? A north-south block is 1/20th of a mile, or 264 feet. A block going east-west is roughly 1/5 of a mile, or 1056 feet.
The average kilowatts used by the average home is 1.5 kw. Over what period of time? Per month, day, week, hour? Clearly not per hour, as over a 24 hr period the kw used will vary widely. This figure I guess comes from total power delivered in an electricity company's area divided by the number of h…omes in that area, but I admit not knowing its provenance. If it is derived as described then it will be over a three month or yearly period. This answer needs clarification . A house's load, in kilowatts, varies throughout the day, according to what appliances are in use, and depends on the nature of the load, and upon something called 'diversity'. And it is also important to realise that you don't 'use' kilowatts; a kilowatt is a measure of the rate at which you use energy (in kilowatt hours). Because houses are so different, it is difficult to specify an 'average' load. However, it would be possible to calculate the 'average' load by dividing the kVA rating of the transformer by the number of houses it supplies. This average value will be far lower than one would expect because of a calculation called the 'after diversity, maximum demand'. 'Diversity' takes into account that not everyone is at home at the same time, and not every appliance in any household is running at the same time. The main fuse supplying an individual house would not be able to cope if every appliance was switched on together, because the chances of that happening is very unlikely. So, one way of calculating the 'maximum' load it could handle is to multiply your main-fuse rating by the supply voltage. ( Full Answer )
The number of linear feet in a standard city block is 264. Cityblocks in the south and west can be as much as twice as long.
In New York City, approximately 17 to 20 street blocks equal a mile, and 5 to 10 avenue blocks equal a mile. So, one street block is 0.05 to 0.059 miles (one twentieth to one seventeenth of a mile), and one avenue block is 0.10 to 0.20 miles (one tenth to one fifth of a mile). The length of the a…venue blocks varies by neighborhood. Generally speaking, the avenue blocks on the West Side are long and the avenue blocks on the East Side are short. Below 14th Street, though, these estimations cease to apply. Lower Manhattan is the oldest part of Manhattan, and its streets were mostly laid out before the city started expanding and the city planners decided to arrange it on a grid system. ( Full Answer )
There are approximately 13 North/South blocks to a mile in OKC and approximately 9 East/West blocks to a mile in OKC. I measured it on Google Maps
Every city block in each city is a slightly different size. In somecities like New York, 500 feet may be a half block. In others, itmay be two blocks.
There is 44,560 square feet in one acre of land. A "typical" city block (they can be many different sizes), when calculated by an engineer beginning to work on a new development, is 100,000 square feet. Thus, as a starting point, You could fit .446 city blocks on one acre of land (44,560 / 100,00. L…ooking at the same question from the other way, it would take 2.24 acres of land for one city block (100,000 / 44,560). ( Full Answer )
That depends on the size of your home, what appliances you have, your personal habits, if you have electric heat, what kind of light bulbs you use, etc. If you want to estimate your power bill in a new area do the following:(Changes from gas to electric heating devices (ovens, dryers, furnaces) and …vice versa will effect this, but this will give you an accurate estimate for your current (not future) lifestyle.) . Calculate you average usage from your current power bills . Call the power company in the new area and ask their rate. . Multiply your usage by their rate. There is your estimate. ( Full Answer )
There are about 10-12 city blocks per mile, so there are about .1 miles in a city block. Source: Hudson's Dictionary of Minneapolis (1906) states: In downtown, there are 13 ordinary blocks to the mile. South of 24th St the north-south blocks are longer, running 8 to the mile and east-west blocks a…re half as long, 16 to the mile. Review of neighborhood maps with a scale of 1.25 inches = 1000 feet confirms this measurement. ( Full Answer )
a square block would be 264 x 1056 = 278,784 square feet, which is equal to 6.4 acres.
Approx 1.6km in 1 mile; 20 blocks in 1 mile. 20/3 gives you approximately 6 per .5km. So, if my math is correct, approximately 12 - 14 blocks per km. Please note this is a very rough estimate.
It depends on how long each city block is. If each block is 1mile than 46 blocks would be 46miles.
the average home including 5 computers, washing machine, hair dryer... etc.( dishwasher is not included) uses approximately 25 kW/day
There are 7 blocks to a mile. Each block is labeled inincrements of 100, i.e. 100 East, 800 South, etc. Originally eachcommunity had its own grid, but now the same grid covers the entireSalt Lake Valley. This makes it easy to calculate walking anddriving distances in miles by taking the differences …between thenorth-south coordinates and the east-west coordinates of the beginand end points, then dividing by 7. ( Full Answer )
18, and they were made by the children the night before. 18, and they were made by the children the night before
Chicago was planned using a grid system with each grid measuringone square mile. There are about eight standard city blocks whichfit within a grid although most of these blocks are furthersubdivided.
According to Google maps, in Seattle: The average for a STANDARD city block is 14.5 blocks per mile, or 0.0689655 miles per block. (Meridian Ave, between N 50th and N 36th st ~ 6th Ave in downtown Seattle, between Olive way and Main St) The average for a SHORT city block is 20 blocks per mil…e, or 0.05 miles per block. (8th Ave NW, between NW 65th st and NW 45th st) The average for a LONG city block is 8 blocks per mile, or 0.125 miles per block. (NW 62nd st, between 24th Ave NW and 8th Ave NW) The average length of ANY given city block in Seattle is 14.166 blocks per mile, or 0.07 miles per block. ( Full Answer )
how big are the blocks and how many guys do you have laying them, and how fast and efficient are the workers. do they have to be mortered,
Well, that depends: Do you have any handhelds, TVs, DVD players, ipods, laptops? count them.
In Manhattan, 17 to 20 street blocks (north/south blocks) equals a mile, and 3 to 4 avenue blocks (east/west blocks) equals a mile. I assume the same is true of the other four boroughs (Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Staten Island), but I can't say for certain.
About 3 blocks. Depends on the city, though, and on the particular blocks; there are of course individual differences. I was told that in Brasilia, they have blocks of about 500 meters each, instead of the usual 100.\n About 3 blocks. Depends on the city, though, and on the particular blocks; there… are of course individual differences. I was told that in Brasilia, they have blocks of about 500 meters each, instead of the usual 100.\n About 3 blocks. Depends on the city, though, and on the particular blocks; there are of course individual differences. I was told that in Brasilia, they have blocks of about 500 meters each, instead of the usual 100.\n About 3 blocks. Depends on the city, though, and on the particular blocks; there are of course individual differences. I was told that in Brasilia, they have blocks of about 500 meters each, instead of the usual 100.\n ( Full Answer )
As they did not record blocks at the time, there is no way to tell.
I think a better question is how many acres can you fit in a city block?
depends on the size shape and your opinion do you like clutter or barren rooms
The size of a city block is NOT a standard size- it varies from city to city, and even within a city. Typically one city block is larger than one acre. An acre is 43,560 sq, ft- or ABOUT 209 ft by 209 ft.
The size of a block is different in every city. Please ask another question and specify a city.
In Manhattan, roughly 20 street blocks (north/south blocks) equal a mile, and 5 to 10 avenue blocks (east/west blocks) equal a mile. The size of the avenue blocks varies considerably by neighborhood, but generally speaking, the blocks on the West Side are longer than the blocks on the East Side.
There is no uniform length for city blocks. The length of a block differs from city to city. Often the length of a block differs within the same city.
It depends. City blocks differ in size. The average about of people who live in a New York city block is about 100 addressed which has 2-5 people living in it, therefor, about 200-500 people living in a New York city block.
about 1.05 miles (East U.S) about 1.3125 miles (Midwest U.S) about 2.1 miles (South + West U.S)
There is no uniform size for city blocks. The length of a block differs from city to city. Often the length of a block differs within the same city. Please ask another question and specify a city.
Central Park is 153 square blocks . It runs south to north from 59th Street to 110th Street, and west to east from 8th Avenue to 5th Avenue. That's 3 avenue blocks multiplied by 51 street blocks: 3 x 51 = 153.
In the average home there can be up to 4/5 hampers. If it is a home with two baths there will be one in each of those, one in the laundry room and possibly one in each of the bedrooms.
There is no real way to answer this, as there is no clear definition of what an "average city" is. It might be determined by the actual total area of the city, but could also be determined by the population.
The average American home has about 3 televisions. The number of televisions owned jumped from 1.57 in 1975 to 2.43 in 2000 as the internet began showing popularity. The number keeps growing in the 2000's but slowly.
The amount of city blocks that make up one mile can vary greatly depending upon the location of the city. In New York, it typically takes either 10 or 20 blocks to make up one mile.
If you could find any 2 cities with the same size blocks you might get a big prize ! In fact, blocks range from 240 x 240 ( roughly 1.3 acres ) up to 264 x 900 ( roughly 5.5 acres . ) Submit again with an actual block size from YOUR city.
New, average size 3 bedroom 2 bath homes today will require around20 breakers. It really depends on if the heat, water heater,cooking, and dryer is gas or electric. If all of them are eclecticit could take 30 breakers or even more. Your electrician can tellyou how many breakers will be required for …the home you arebuilding. ( Full Answer )
It's 8 blocks per mile, so each block is 1/8 mile. 1 mile = 5280 feet 1 block = 5280/8 = 660 feet.