576 should do it.
One should do it!
One should be more than enough!
272 Get 300 to be safe.
If both items are measured in inches or feet, the half is the answer. Without more info. this cannot be answered.
15 x 15 = 225 sqft, each paver is 1 sqft so 225.
One hundred and thrirty five
You get cobblestone by mining cobblestone blocks or regular stone blocks. These are found everywhere below the sea level.
Standard building blocks of limestone, with each standard stone varying depending on the importance, age, and wealth of each pharoah
The blocks of stone (made of sandstone and a bit of marble) were abraded and filed to make smooth. After the huge blocks of stone where in place the entire Pyramid was covered in a type of plaster for a smooth finish. The plaster has long since eroded away, as will the stone given time.
Place two blocks of stone, one above the other. That has to be regular stone and not cobblestone. Stone can be made by smelting cobblestone in a furnace.
Since there are infinitely many numbers you will need infinitely many blocks.
It is because Egyptians were smart enough to make stone blocks. But even if they used sand, it would be destroyed by the next day because of natural forces.
Yep, in a dark room place a mushroom on stone with the surrounding blocks being stone, leave it for a while, and it will spread.
No, but you could make one from your imagination with coloured wool blocks or stone slabs.
You just get lots of stone together and build loads of fortresses together. Make little watchout towers with a small stone tower and some decorative blocks at the top.
VERY short red stone clock connected to a red stone lamp[on 1 side]
8 Wooden planks (6 wood logs per plank) (8 hours to make all) 5 stone blocks (6 stone per block) plus 5 stone block for anvil (10 hours to make all) 1 anvil (5 stone blocks- 5 alchemist powder) 9 hours I suggest having more than one Work Shop. It cuts creating things in half the time.
There are a lot of different types of patio stones out there, and the type that you get should be dictated by the overall appearance of your patio. Often, people will be automatically drawn to the cheapest patio stones that they can find, feeling as though a "stone is a stone". However, when they get these stones home, they find that the color just isn't right and the stones stand out way more than they'd like. When you're looking for patio stones, consider bringing a swatch with you that is the same color as the outside of your home. This way, you can compare in the store to make sure they fit.
All you need to do is multiply 4 by 8. The answer is 32 tiles. Buy a few extra in case of breakage.
When a block of stone is destroyed with a pickaxe, it drops one block of cobblestone per stone block destroyed; to answer, you will need to craft any tier of pickaxe - wooden, iron, gold or diamond all destroy stone blocks - and find either exposed stone blocks in the world, or dig through dirt blocks until you find stone blocks. The next thing you'll need is a crafting table (4x4 grid of wooden planks in your inventory crafting section) in order to actually create a furnace. See sources/related links for the crafting recipe.