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Here is what they say: To calculate your patio's size in square feet, multiply its length times width. If it is irregular, divide it into sections, calculate each one, and then total them. Or just count the number of squares on your graph paper plan. Here are some other formulas: � Circle patio: Find the area by squaring the radius and multiplying it by 3.1416 � Hexagonal patio: Find the area by squaring the short diameter and multiplying it by .866 � Octagonal patio: Find the area by squaring the short diameter and multiplying it by .828 (Forgetting your seventh grade math? Square a number by multiplying it by itself.) Plan on five bricks per square foot. Multiply your square foot total by five to see how many bricks you will need. Try this link to work out the quantity of bricks required (would calculate the same for vertical or horizontal, just put the overall dimensions in for a single skin brick wall). see links for how to

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500 number of bricks are required for 1C/m

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The area of each brick is 8*4 = 32 sq inches. Area required = 1 sq ft = 12 in * 12 in = 144 sq inches.So number of bricks required = 144/32 = 4.5, that is 5 bricks.The area of each brick is 8*4 = 32 sq inches. Area required = 1 sq ft = 12 in * 12 in = 144 sq inches.So number of bricks required = 144/32 = 4.5, that is 5 bricks.The area of each brick is 8*4 = 32 sq inches. Area required = 1 sq ft = 12 in * 12 in = 144 sq inches.So number of bricks required = 144/32 = 4.5, that is 5 bricks.The area of each brick is 8*4 = 32 sq inches. Area required = 1 sq ft = 12 in * 12 in = 144 sq inches.So number of bricks required = 144/32 = 4.5, that is 5 bricks.

Depends on the size of the bricks.

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Very little as you are only required to lay bricks,

at present condition 10*10 room how much bricks and cement and iron rod and blue stone Required

Without any information on units, 6005 square is useless as a measure of area - you need to give the measurement units. Square feet? square metres? square inches (unlikely!). Second, it depends on whether the house is one or more storeys. The more like a cube the house is, the fewer the bricks required. And finally, it depends on the size of the bricks.

60 per single thin wall.

Approximately 648 bricks will be required. You have to revise that up a little bit for wastage.

LEGO is a popular building toy that uses interlocking bricks. One can purchase a LEGO garage from a number of online websites including Amazon and Toys R Us. As well, they can be purchased directly form the manufacturer's website.

Area to be covered = 12'*12' = (12*12 inches)*(12*12 inches) = 20736 sq inches.Area of each brick = 16 in x 9 in = 144 sq inches.So, number of bricks required = 20736 / 144 = 144 bricks.Area to be covered = 12'*12' = (12*12 inches)*(12*12 inches) = 20736 sq inches.Area of each brick = 16 in x 9 in = 144 sq inches.So, number of bricks required = 20736 / 144 = 144 bricks.Area to be covered = 12'*12' = (12*12 inches)*(12*12 inches) = 20736 sq inches.Area of each brick = 16 in x 9 in = 144 sq inches.So, number of bricks required = 20736 / 144 = 144 bricks.Area to be covered = 12'*12' = (12*12 inches)*(12*12 inches) = 20736 sq inches.Area of each brick = 16 in x 9 in = 144 sq inches.So, number of bricks required = 20736 / 144 = 144 bricks.

Area of each brick = 4/12 ft * 8/12 ft = 32/144 sq ft Number of bricks required = 130/ (32/144) = 130*144/32 = 585 bricks. This depends on the area being "well behaved". If it is not, you may need to cut/break many bricks and then the number required will depend on your skill-level.

The answer will depend on the shape of the patio. If it curved then some bricks will need trimming and that will result in wastage and so a larger number of bricks will be required. Also, if the patio leaves a small fractional amount after a whole number of bricks, you will need a lot more bricks. As an extreme example, if the patio is 8 cm*625 metres then you will need 3125 bricks. However, if the shape is convenient, you will require 2500 bricks.

It is ot possible to answer this question because bricks are 3-dimensional objects that cover 2-dimensional areas. 15 feet is a length, not an area. Furthermore, there is no information on the size of the bricks.

In general: For an area of 1 sq. m, the bricks needed are 60 and 0.02 cubic meters of mortar. If the area is 2 sq. meters, the needed quantity is 120 bricks and the mortar required is 0.05 cubic meters. Note: It does depend on what country the bricks are from, as every country will likely have different sized bricks -- for example, in the USA bricks are usually 8 × 4 × 2.25 inches (203 × 102 × 57 mm).

There is no information on the heights of either the bricks or the wall!

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how many bricks in 1 cft

The answer will depend on how large each brick is.

There are different sizes of brick. You will need to know how many bricks are in a square foot, including the mortar joint.

It's like architecture, when you build a house you use hundreds of bricks but it's required all bricks must be same size. If the bricks is different sized then it'll be so hard to build what exactly we want.

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No bricks are made out of bricks.

Lego bricks are little blocks and Lego bricks can connect to other Lego bricks