How many pieces of grass do you need to cover an area of 1139 square feet when 1 pallet equals 500 sq feet and their are 158 pieces in a pallet?
360 pieces - homework question or doing yardwork?
500 / 158 = 3.16 sf per piece of grass
1139 / 3.16 = 359.924 = 360 for all practical purposes.
If doing yard work (i.e. laying sod) figure on a 10% wastage factor and get about 400 pieces
A normal pallet of sod covers 500 square feet
70 square yards
From the info I have from a sod supplier: each roll is 10sqft, there are 70 rolls on a pallet, so covers 700sqft
To cover 192 square feet, you need 192 square feet of covering. If you happen to buy it in 4' x 8' pieces, then exactly six pieces do the job.
Walmart offers a carton with 5 pieces of granite tile at 3/8" thick and 12" wide X 12" long for $80.00. Each package has a shipping weight of 27.5 pounds. One pallet contains 66 cartons! That's about $4900.00/pallet load, to cover 330 square feet. I dare you to ask for free shipping!
You are going to need 4 bundles. 3 bundles equals a square and a square equals 100 square feet.
One piece = 4 x 12 = 48 square feet 665 pieces cover (665 x 48) = 31,920 square feet 3,5462/3 square yards 0.001145 square mile (rounded).
A 30 foot circle covers about 707 square feet. 23 pieces would technically cover that. I'd get 30 of them so I wouldn't have to cut any of them.
It is 80 you stupid =============================== Another contributor observed: The first answer to this question comes from a contributor who is not only offensive in his attitude, but wrong in his math as well. The question doesn't say "5 square foot pieces". It says "5 foot square pieces". From that terminology, we understand that each piece is a square, with 5-foot sides and an area of 25 square feet. It takes (400/25) = 16 of… Read More
There are 1/0.048906 = 20.45 So 20 pieces is not enough to cover 1 sq metre while 21 is. Alternatively. 20 pieces can fit in 1 sq metre but 21 will be too many.
One square covers 100 square feet, with 3 bundles per square equals 51 bundles.
You need to know the dimensions of the tile (the unit is not mentioned in the question) and to calculate the area of a tile. 6 500 sq fts/area of a tile in sq ft = number of tiles
A 12 inch tile covers a square foot. So that would be 400 of them. Plus spoilage and trim pieces.
because you have 500 yds which equals 1500 ft, you divide 1500 by 4 and come up with 375 square ft
It takes 0.6234 gallon (rounded) to cover one square foot of area 1 inch deep.
6 pieces of plywood will cover this area without a lot of piecing.
1 cubic yard equals 27 cubic feet. At a six inch depth 1 cubic foot will cover 2 square feet, so 27 cubic feet will cover 54 square feet.
4 feet times 3 feet equals 12 square feet.
65 square meters times 0.01 meters (one centimeter) equals 0.65 cubic meters.
How many square feet of carpet do you need to cover a 12 foot by 15 foot room how many square yards?
ANSWER 12 x 15 = 180 sq.feet and equals 20 sq.yards
I assume you are refering to roofing material, since a "square" in the roofing industry is equivalent to 100 square feet of material. 1 linear meter equals 3.28084 feet 1 square meter equals (3.28084 ft)2 or 10.7639 square feet Therefore, 80 square meters equals 80 x 10.7639 square feet or 809.93 square feet Since a roofing "square"=100 sqft, 80 square meters equals 8.0993 "squares" If you don't want to carry a calculator around in the… Read More
Each piece is (1 and 1/3) feet x (1 and 5/12) feet = (4/3) x (17/12) square feet which works out to be 1.88888888 square feet. So to cover 125 square feet you need 66.176 pieces, rounding up you need 67 pieces
cover a minimum two thirds of the load
A bundle of Shingles will cover roughly 33 square feet. A square of Shingles (3 Bundles) will cover 100 square feet.
Square yards or square feet and cubic feet or cubic yards do not convert. Square is a measurement of area, and cubic is a measurement of volume. One cubic yard equals 27 cubic feet, and 1 square yard equals 9 square feet. Sand, dirt, concrete, debris, etc. are measured in cubic yards. To determine how many square yards a cubic yard of something will cover, you must first determine how thick a layer will be… Read More
A square foot will cover a square foot, regardless of the depth of the material the cover is made of.
There are about 8 pieces of 3X6 in one square foot (depends on grout lines to some extent). 8 x 15 sq feet would be 120 tiles.
Three square feet would cover one square yard or 36 square inches.
it equals nine square feet * * * * * Nine square feet is 1 square yard, NOT 1 yard. In any case, "a yard" of concrete is used by builders' merchant to mean a CUBIC yard of concrete.
"Square feet" aren't things that are used to cover area. "35 square feet" is an amount of area that you have to cover with something.
It cover 500 thousand square miles.
1 x 1 = 1 square inch area 4 x 4 = 16 square inch area you need 16/1 = 16 pieces
Tiles that are two feet on a side cover 4 square feet. 378 of them cover 1512 square feet.
one square yard equals nine square feet. So in maths terms you divide (13.5 times 11.5) which equals 155.25 sq yards. by nine and the answer is 17.25 sq yards. but if you covering a floor then you will most likely need eighteen sq yds.
8 square meters equals 8 x 100 x 100 square centimeters. That is 80000 square centimeters. A 13cm square has an area of 13 x 13 = 169 square centimeters. Therefore the number of tiles required is 80000/169 = 473.37, make it 474
How many square feet will a ton of salt cover?
Capillaries cover a total of 1,000 square miles
Each tile covers 81 square inches. You have 1,296 square inches to cover. It will take 16 tiles to cover that area.
19 squares will cover 1900 square feet.
24 square yards 12 feet is four yards and 18 feet is six yards, so four yards by six yards equals twenty four square yards.
Here is my take: 1 gallon of water equals 231 cubic inches 1 square foot, 1 inch tall equals 144 cubic inches (12"x12"X1") 1 square foot needs 0.624 gallons to equal 1 inch of cover (144 cubic inched divided by 231 cubic inches) 16 square feet would require 9.975 gallons of water to be covered 1 inch deep. (16*0.624) **Runsky**
3.5 sheets to cover that.
On the cover is a picture of two chess pieces, one white, and one red.
The Great Lakes cover an area of 94,250 square miles.
If that is 2' x 4' it would cover 800 square feet. If it is 2" x 4" it would cover about 5.5 square feet.
about 10.5 square feet
You would need 96 square yards to cover a 16 ft. by 18 ft. room. 16 x 18 = 288 square feet. 288 square feet divided by three (feet per yard) equals 96.
What are the dimensions of the largest square plot that a bag of fertilizer will cover that covers 400 square feet?
The fertilizer will cover a square plot 20 feet by 20 feet.
it will cover a 12x12 room