Yes it is. 5:350 = 8:560
Go to the store, determine what kind of grass you want, read the information on the package and it will tell you how many square feet the bag will cover.
Around 400 square feet of grass in a pallet.
2 lb per 365 sq ft → 2 ÷ 365 lb/sq ft → for 5840 square feet the amount of grass seed needed is given by: 2 ÷ 365 lb/sq ft × 5840 sq ft = 32 lb
The entire lot is an area of 24,780 square feet. The pool takes up 2,856 square feet, leaving 21,924 square feet of grass area.
150 ft * 160 ft = 24 000 square feet. 4 000 sq feet of lawn requires one pound of seeds so 24 000 sq ft of lawn will require 6 pounds of seed.
Approximately 200,00 square feet
9 square feet for the entire square yard.
They are not the same. Pounds is a measurement of weight. Square Feet is a measurement of Area. Some references to "pounds" really is meant to be "pounds per Square inch" which is a measurement of Pressure (or force). Maybe you mean converting "pounds per square inch" to "pounds per square feet"?? You need to be more specific and check your facts of the problem.
A normal pallet of sod covers 500 square feet
Calculate the square footage of your yard. Determine which type of seed you will be using. There are some variations in amount of seed needed depending on the type of seed used. Some common types are Kentucky Bluegrass and Tall Fescue. Kentucky Bluegrass requires two to three pounds for each 1,000 square feet. Tall Fescue requires six to eight pounds for each 1,000 square feet. Calculate the total pounds of seed needed. Divide the total square feet of your lawn by 1,000. Then multiply that number by the pounds of seed needed per 1,000 square feet.
PF = ( 4.5 lb / 1000 sq ft ) ( 2500 sq ft ) = 11.25 lb fertilizer needed
you would need 5 pounds for 2000 sqft
About 460 pounds per square inch.
It is difficult if not impossible to convert pounds to square feet. The units pounds are used to measure mass and square feet measures area. If you were looking at something like floor tile, which weighs "X" per square foot, it may be possible to calculate and find an answer. As it is, though, we're stuck.
350 kg per sq m = about 71.69 pounds per sq feet.
That'll depend on what you're covering them with. A lot of square feet if you're covering them with 2000 pounds of silk or styrofoam, not many square feet if you're covering them with 2000 pounds of lead or stones or gold.
'Yard' is a unit used to measure distance. 'Square feet' is a unit used to measure area. So you really cannot convert Square feet to yards. But you can convert 'Square feet' to 'Square yard' as both are units of area. In your case 180 Square feet = 20 square yards.
you've got to be kidding me
1,570 pounds per square inch at a depth of 3,500 feet.
23.6 pounds per square inch at 20 feet.
1 acre = 43560 square feet. 4 acres = 174240 square feet According to the label, it's 5 pounds (1 box) per 4000 square feet. 174240 / 4000 = 43.56 boxes 43.56 x 5 = 217.8 pounds.
Square feet is an area and pounds are a weight. There is no direct conversion between the two.
There are 144 square inches to the sq. foot....at 120 blades of grass per sq. inch it would have 17,280 blades to every sq. foot. 17,280 blades times 160 square feet of surface to the lawn would equal 2,764,800 blades of grass.
ATM is the abbreviation for atmosphere's, which is a measurement of pressure. 1 ATM = 14.696 PSI 30 ATM = 440.88 PSI (440.88 pounds)/1 square inch = (40.88 pounds)/(1/144)square feet 63486.72 pounds per square foot. So 30 atmospheres is equal approximately to 63486.72 pounds per square foot.