Six sheets will exactly cover it, without cutting anything.
6 and you won't need to cut any of them. They fit exactly
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.
6 sheets each sheet is 32 sq ft
Six (6) sheets exactly cover that area and that shape, without cutting anything.
You need six sheets. And if you think about what you're doing, you don't have to cut anything . . . they fit right in.
To cover a rectangle-shaped floor measuring 16x12, you will need 6 4x8 sheets of plywood. Arrange the sheets so that the longer side of the sheets line up along the longer edge of the floor.
(52 x 27) / (4 x 8) = 1404/32 = 43.875, so you need to buy 44 sheets
35 (4'x8' sheets) Solution Method: 40 / 8 = 5 28 / 4 = 7 5 * 7 = 35
Assuming you mean sheets measuring 4 feet x 8 feet... Six sheets exactly.
-- Plywood normally comes in 4-ft x 8-ft sheets = 32 square feet.-- The area you have to cover is 10-ft x 12-ft = 120 square feet.You need 120/32 = 33/4 sheets worth of material, but you'll have tofigure out for yourself how to cut it.
Multiply the width by the length, for area. So, 16x12=192Answer:American measured plywood comes in 4x8 sheets. The floor would be 2 sheets long (2x8=16) and 3 sheets wide (4x3=12) so you would need 3x2=6 sheets.