The wall is 85 ft x 6 ft = 510 square feet (face area)
One block is 8 inches by 16 inches = 2/3 ft x 4/3 ft = 8/9 square foot.
Divide 510 by (8/9) = 510 x (9/8) = 573.75.
574 blocks. Allow a few extra formistakes!
By the way, check that there will be an even number of rows: 6 ft high = 6x12 = 72 inches. 72/8 = 9. OK, there will be 9 rows of blocks.
First you need to tell us what the units of your 8x4 blocks are. For example, feet, or inches.
12 x 12 blocks (assumed as 12 inch x 12 inch) That means the blocks are 1 square foot each Hence to cover 240 square feet area, you would need 240 blocks
Real-estate covered by each block = length x width = 2 x 3 = 6 square feetNumber of blocks required = 672/6 = 112
Be more specific with your question. Are the blocks measured in inches, feet, millimeters, centimeters etc. Same applies to the area.
Each city may have a different number of blocks in a mile, as they independently determine the size of their city blocks. There is no universal or standard size for city blocks. To determine how many blocks are equal to one mile, you first need to find the size of the blocks in the city you are asking about, and do the math.5,280 feet equals one mile. To find out how many city blocks would equal a mile, divide 5,280 feet by the number of feet in a block in the city in question.For example, the blocks in Tucson, Arizona are 400 feet long. Diving 5,280 by 400 means that 13.2 blocks would equal 1 mile.Another example, there are long blocks from east to west and short blocks from north to south in Manhattan. There are 20 short blocks in one mile.Depending upon where you are, there are approximately 20 city blocks to one mile.
Since there are infinitely many numbers you will need infinitely many blocks.
It depends. Assuming that you mean 12 by 12 in. blocks, then you would need 105 of them, because 12 inches is one foot, and 1x1=1. 105 divided by 1 is 105.
12-16 Blocks depending on size.
It needs 11 blocks of memory. You also need 2 blocks of memory for every screenshot that you take in the game.
You know the size of a concrete block. They're about $1.50 each at least at my box store. They measure 16" x 8" x 8". Your foundation is 16 feet + 16 feet + 60 feet + 60 feet (assuming it's square since you don't say) = 152 feet linear feet. Thats how far it is to get around your foundation. Next we need to see how many of the blocks we need to get that far. 152 feet x 12 in/foot = 1824 inches divided by 16 inches = 114 blocks for each row you need. You don't say how high the foundation will be. I'm going ot assume 12 feet since you probably have a basement. You can adjust the measurements if you need to. 12 feet x 12 inches per foot = 144 inches divided by 8" (height of the blocks) = 15. So that's 15 rows of 114 blocks each so 15 x 114 = 1710 x $1.50 each = $2565 That's just the cost of the blocks. You need mortar and some skilled labor to set the blocks. You will still need rebar to tie the rows together. Labor to set the blocks. And proper concrete to fill in. And not the kind of concrete you get at the box store.