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### How many meters in 500 sq feet?

46.45152 sq mtr

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46.45152 sq mtr

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9699 sq m = 104399.17 sq ft

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479 sq foot = 44.5 sq mtr (rounded)

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6 inches x 3 inches = 18 square inches 18 sq/in = .125 sq ft 30 sq ft / .125 sq ft = 240 pavers NOTE: You should allow extra pavers as a "fudge factor".

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Move the Decimal Point 3 places to the left as follows:- 1 CM. sq = .001 Mtr sq 250 CM. sq = .25 Mtr sq 500 CM. sq = .5 Mtr sq 750 Cm. sq = .75Mtrsq 1000 CM.sq =… Full Answer

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79 sq metres = 850.35 sq feet

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101.25 pavers

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153.84 pavers

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1 sqft means how much sq mtr.

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1 gunta = 101.17 sq metres.

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The patio is 10x 12 = 120 sq ft or 17,280 sq in The pavers are 16x16 = 256 sq in So you need 17280/256 = 68 pavers

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The answer depends on the units used for the pavers' measurements. 6*9 sq feet, or sq inches or some other unit?

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1 gaj = 9 sq mtr so 500 sq mtr = 500 / 9 gaj ~ 55.56 gaj

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One square meter = 10.763910417 square feet

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809.37 m²

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You can't convert that.

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It will take four pavers to cover one square foot. You will need 720 pavers.

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144 of them.

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1331/3 pavers exactly.

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1 mtr = 100 cm 2.54 cm = 1 inch 12 inch = 1 ft. so, 1 mtr = 100/2.54 inch = 100/(2.54*12) ft. 1 mtr = 3.28 ft. so 1 sq. mtr = (3.28) ^ 2 sq. ft. =… Full Answer

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4.5 pavers will cover 1 sq foot. So 4.5 x 360 =1620 pavers

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We need units of measurement. When you say 20x15 pavers, is that inches, feet, centimeters?

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Area of each tile = 8/12 ft x 16/12 ft = 8/9 sq ft Area to be covered = 10 ft x 8 ft = 80 sq ft So number of tiles required = 80/ (8/9) = 80*(9/8) = 90… Full Answer

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268 sq ft = 268*12*12 = 38592 sq inches Each paver is 16*16 = 256 sq inches So you would need 38592/256 = 150.75 pavers ie at least 151. However, this assumes that the area is rectangular, that there is… Full Answer

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First convert feet to metres. 14feet = 4.26 mtr. 10 feet = 3.08 mtr. Then multiply. 13.12 sq mtr

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It would depend on whether they are 14 foot pavers, 14 inch pavers, 14 centimetre pavers or some other measurement unit!

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53.2 kg, presumably.

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2100 sq ft = 195.096 sq metres.

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Making the totally unjustified assumption that the pavers are 9 inch by 5 inch (where does it say that?), the area covered by 375 pavers will be 375*9*5 sq inches =375*9*5/(12*12) sq ft = 117.1875 sq ft

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Area of 1 paver 1 sq ft, area of patio 144 sq ft so 144 pavers.

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5x8=40sq.inches 12x20=2880. sq. inches divide 2880 divided by 40 = 72 pavers

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14' * 15' = 210 sq ft = 210*144 sq inches = 30240 sq inches Each paver is 6" * 9" = 54 sq inches So number of pavers required = 30240/54 = 560 pavers. This works only because 6"… Full Answer

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240 Get extra for breakage.

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12 inch * 12 inch = 1 ft * 1 ft = 1 sq ft. Therefore, a minimum of 72 pavers are needed. That answer assumes that the shape is well behaved and the pavers do not need to be… Full Answer

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Each sheet = 4' x 8' = 32 square feet 20 square meters = 215.278 square meters (rounded) 20 sq mtr/32 sq ft = 6.727 sheets (rounded)

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Area of each paver = 4"x9" = (1/3)'x(3/4)' = 1/4 sq ft. Number of pavers required = Total Area/Area of Each Paver = 500/ (1/4) = 2000 pavers. In real life, though, the number of pavers will depend on the… Full Answer

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1 cent=40sq mtr(approx)

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1 cent = 40.468 sq metres.

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convert inches to feet. 16"/12"=1.33 ft find area of paver. 1.33 ft x 1.33 ft =1.77 sq ft /paver divide areas. 90 sq. ft./1.77= about 51 pavers

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502 sq metres = 5403.5 sq feet

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100, that is each paver covers 4 sq. ft.

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40

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362. Get 400 to be safe.

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The answer depends on the measurement units used for 6 and 9.

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A 18x18 paver is 324 sq. inches. A sq.ft. is a 144 sq. inches. So 600 sq.ft x 144 sq inches = 86,400 sq. inches. So take the sq.inches which is 86,400 divide by the sq. inches of the paver… Full Answer