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Q: How many patio pavers are needed for a area that is 5'3'' x 15'7''?

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Area of 1 paver = 16*16 = 256 square units. Area of patio = 20*20 = 400 square units. Number of pavers required = Area of patio/Area of paver = 400/256 = 1.5625 So 2 pavers will suffice.

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The number of pavers you will need will be basd on the size of your patio. You should measure the square feet of your patio.

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Area of 1 paver 1 sq ft, area of patio 144 sq ft so 144 pavers.

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5x8=40sq.inches 12x20=2880. sq. inches divide 2880 divided by 40 = 72 pavers

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