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3 ft = 1 yard

12 in = 1 foot

30 yard**2 * (3**2)(12**2) = 38880 inch**2

38880 inch**2 /32 inch**2 = 1215 bricks

You should buy extra just in case. If the yard is not twice as long as it is wide, you'll have to cut the bricks and you may lose some (especially if you have an irregularly shaped yard).

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i think 144

That depends on how thick you want it. Multiply 18ft * 18ft * thickness (in units of feet). That will give you your volume in cubic feet. To convert it to cubic yards divide your answer by 27.

20 i think

9 yards x 27 yards = 243 square yards.

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28

Thickness? Do you mean cement or concrete - cement is the binder/adhesive in the concrete.

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Im not sure.

6 inches = 1/6 yardVolume = (length) x (width) x (thickness) = (9 x 6.5 x 1/6) = 9.75 cubic yards

25 square yards.

89.55 square yards.

i think 144

If you pour to a standard 4-inch thickness you will need 5.6 cubic yards.

30 square yards.

It is not possible to answer the question without knowing whether the patio is 11 ft x 10 ft or 11 yards *10 yards etc.

If you use a standard 4-inch thickness you will need a minimum of 6.17 cubic yards.