What is the diagonal measurement of a 4' x 8' sheet of plywood?
Use Pythogorus theorum. diag sq= 8sq+4sq diag sq= 64 + 16 diag sq= 80 diag = square root of 80 diag = 8.94 How this helps
A full 4'x8' sheet or 3/4" plywood weighs 68.16 lbs.
Yes, one can you put A 4 x 8 sheet of plywood in a Ford Flex.
A standard sheet of the most common 3/4 inch pine plywood, 4' x 8' is about 68 pounds.
The cost of plywood depends on your location, dealer, thickness, and type. However, as a rule, an 8 foot by 4 foot piece of plywood will cost around $9 a sheet.
Usually it's 4'x8'.
Area of a sheet of plywood = 4' x 8' = 32. 1700ft2/32ft2 = 53.125 54 sheets of 4' x 8' plywood would be needed to cover 1700ft2.
when asking this question you first need to take into account that plywood comes in different thicknesses therefore weight per particualr thickness of sheet plywood will vary-- in my opinion/ without fact and research / a sheet of 1/2 inch plywood may way about 16 lbs. while a 3/4 inch plywood sheet may way 70 lbs.
I NEED THE WEIGHT OF 7/16 OSB PLYWOOD One sheet will weight 47 lbs.price
diagonal = sqrt(4^2 + 4^2) = sqrt(16 + 16) = sqrt(32) = 5.6568
Plywood weighs a lot or a little depending on the amount of plywood being discussed. A quarter inch sheet of plywood that is 4 x 8 feet will weigh approximately 22lbs.
Generally plywood comes in a 4' x 8' sheet which is 24 square feet...meaning 1 sheet is all you need for 18 square ft.
20-25 pounds per sheet, per 1/4" of thickness. In other words, about 25 pounds for a sheet of 1/4, about 50 pounds for a sheet of 1/2.
Approximately 25lbs for every 1/4 inch of thickness of a 4' by 8' sheet.
About 50 pounds
2400 per sheet 8*4=32 sq feet.
There is 32 sq ft in a 4 by 8 sheet of plywood. You would need at least 21 sheets to cover the roof.
32 square ft
48 square feet
It depends what the "ply" value is ... the number of layers glued together. For instance, 1/2" plywood is going to be lighter then 3/4" plywood. A common rule of thumb is a 4x8 foot sheet of 1/4" fir plywood weighs 25 pounds. There are 32 square feet in a sheet, so a square foot of 1/4" fir plywood weighs about 0.78 pounds. Since 1/2" is twice as thick as 1/4", 1/2" fir plywood weighs… Read More
The easiest way to determine an honest weight of a 4' x 8' sheet of plywood? 20-25 pounds per 1/4" of thickness. 3 pounds per square foot per inch of thickness according to APA Plywood Design Specification.
um tell me if im wrong but im pretty sure its 4 x 8
A 3/4 inch thick piece of Douglas Fir plywood measuring 4 foot by 8 foot should weigh 71.04 pounds. Using a rough estimate of the plywood weighing 2.22 pounds per square foot.
that depends on the type of plywood 3/4" ranges from about 20.00 to about 50.00 a sheet (cheap flooring to higher end finish plywood and marine grade pressure treated) in my area. . .check around.
If it's 1/2 inch thick, about 12 pounds.
About 75 lbs.
A 4' x 8' sheet of plywood will not lay flat in the Magnum. It may be angled but will scuff or scratch other surfaces.
16 x 12 = 192 sq ft one 4 by 8 plywood sheet = 8 x 4 = 32 sq ft 192/32 = 6 sheets
1/3 square foot.
A sheet of plywood is 4' x 8'. It would take 2 sheets long (16'), and 4 sheets wide (16'), for a total of 8 sheets, with some scrap left over. Since you can't buy plywood in other sizes, really, it would take 8 full sheets.
13 ft by 23 ft = 299 ft2 and one standard sheet of plywood is 4 ft by ft = 32 ft2. 299 / 32 = 9.34 sheets, so you will need to purchase 10 sheets of plywood.
thickness and type of wood are varibles oak and maple are heaver than pine 3/4 is heaver than 1/4 and 1/2
Typically plywood is 4'x8'. 4x8=32 sf.... If your room is 11.5 x 11 = 126.5 sf Divide your total by 32 --- 126.5/32 = 3.95 You will need at least 4 sheets of plywood. Remember to account for waste, you may need a 5th sheet.
They really ARE four feet by eight feet at the point of sale to you, the customer.
4'x8' full piece of plywood if you cut this into 4 equal pieces what would the final measurement or the pieces of wood be?
They could by 1'x8' strips or 2'x4' rectangles.
Plywood is sold in rectangle sheets 4 feet wide and 8 feet long How many 4x8 sheets of plywood are needed to completely cover a rectangle shaped floor measuring 16 feet by 12 feet?
First find the area of the floor and then the sheet of wood. 16*12=192 4*8=32 192/32=6 you need six sheets of plywood.
33 1/3 sqft -------- Depends on the brand of shingles. About one bundle per sheet (4'x8') of plywood. some 50 yr shingles use 1 1/4 bundles per sheet.
One sheet (4 ft x 8 ft) = 32 ft2 You might need to cut the sheet to fit in the specific space you have, but one sheet will have enough material to cover 23 square feet.
A rule of thumb is 25lbs per 1/4" of thickness, so for 3/4" would be around 75lbs.
there is one item name sheet fire retardent plywood 8'x4'x1/4".my problem is that is in sqf how it is convert to sqm.please tell me the solution
You will need 16*12/(4*8) = 6 sheets
It is impossible to answer this question because there are no units of measurement in evidence. You have 4x8 sheets of plywood. 4 what by 8 what? 4 millimetres by 8 miles? 4 inch be 8 yards? Next, you wish to cover 13 squares. Giving some approximate idea of what size the squares are might have been helpful.
As a standalone question I'd have to say there is no answer. In general. regardless of whether a piece of plywood is standing vertical or laying horizontal, the term "tall" doesn't typically apply. The dimensions commonly used to described plywood, and panel products as a whole, are width (W), length (L) and thickness (T). For plywood, or any "grained" panel product, the "L" is measured "with" the grain, the "W" is measured "cross grain"; thickness… Read More
The weight of any wood sheet good can vary based on species, moisture content, adhesive used, etc. However, a 1/4" x 48" x 96" sheet of LAUAN weighs approximately 17.5 pounds.
The diagonal is ~5.656 feet.
The answer depends on the type of wood used (different woods have different density levels) and whether or not you mean a full sheet (4' X 8').
I think you mean square feet. Length x width - for instance a sheet of plywwod is 4' x 8' so, 4 x 8 = 32 sq ft.
8, and you'll have a plywood board that is 4 by 4 leftover.
3/4" 4X8 plywood = 65 lb.
standard sheet of Plywood is 4'X8' so that looks like a math problem 32 sq feet per sheet the rest is pretty straight forward 1200 feet divided by 32= # of sheets answer should be in your cell phone calculator, I will give you a clue its not a whole number & its greater than 36 but less than 39
There is no such measurement as you quote -4'x8'x12'. - If you mean 4'x8' x 1/2", then it's a standard size. The old standard sheet weighed about 54 pounds. The new 'light' sheet weighs about 32 pounds.