Q: How many 4x8 bricks will cover 1000 sq ft?

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1980

That depends - whether your 4x8 bricks are in centimetres, metres, inches or feet.

Assuming it's 4x8 inches, then one brick = 1/3 feet * 2/3 feet, so the area of a brick is 2feet2/9. 120 feet2/(2feet2/9) = 540 bricks

no.of bricks =144 x12x144 X12 /(4x8) =93312

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1980

That depends - whether your 4x8 bricks are in centimetres, metres, inches or feet.

Assuming it's 4x8 inches, then one brick = 1/3 feet * 2/3 feet, so the area of a brick is 2feet2/9. 120 feet2/(2feet2/9) = 540 bricks

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For 80 square feet you will need a 360 4" x 8" bricks.

no.of bricks =144 x12x144 X12 /(4x8) =93312

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