Q: How many bricks to make 1 square foot?

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It depends on the size of the bricks.

6 inches is half a foot so it takes four 6 by 6 inch bricks to make one square foot. 348 x 4 = 1392. So you'll need 1392 bricks.

9" thick wall needs 12 bricks per square foor 13.5" thick wall needs 18 bricks per square foot. 18" thick wall needs 24 bricks per square foot Sender: Mr. Khayal Ahmed Memon Sub Engineer in USAID N.G.O

The answer will depend on the orientation of the bricks. Are the side-on, end-on, mixed?

Gee, a square foot is 12x12, difficult problem.

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It depends on the size of the bricks.

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6 inches is half a foot so it takes four 6 by 6 inch bricks to make one square foot. 348 x 4 = 1392. So you'll need 1392 bricks.

9" thick wall needs 12 bricks per square foor 13.5" thick wall needs 18 bricks per square foot. 18" thick wall needs 24 bricks per square foot Sender: Mr. Khayal Ahmed Memon Sub Engineer in USAID N.G.O

Depends on the size of the red brick

The answer will depend on the orientation of the bricks. Are the side-on, end-on, mixed?

There are 6.27 standard bricks in a square foot. A 25x80 section of wall would require 12540.

How many 8 inch bricks are in a square yard?becauase there are stupid peple...How many 8 inch bricks are in a square yard?

As a square foot will require 8 bricks of standard size, we will require around 3500 bricks for 400 sq feet.

There are different sizes of brick. You will need to know how many bricks are in a square foot, including the mortar joint.

Area of each brick = 1 * 2 = 2 square feet. Area to be covered = 12 * 14 = 168 square feet So number of bricks required = 168 sq ft / 2 sq ft = 84.

60 bricks per square metre