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The volume of a 300mm diameter by 600mm deep cylinder is: 42,412,000 mm3

first lets convert m to mm.we know, 1 m=1000 mm. 5 m =5000 mm and 8m=8000mm. Now, no.of paving slab = area of flags /area of slab . =5000 X8000/450 x 450. =197.5 = 197 slabs.

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No. 196 divided by 8 is 24.5. You would have to have 198 or 194 flags.

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600mm is 0.6m, and 450mm is 0.45m, so one flag is 0.27 sq metre. Therefore 4 flags to the square metre

4.94 per sq meter so rounded up to 5 per sq meter

450mm*450mm = 0.2025 sq metres. Area to be covered = 1 square metre So number of flags required = 1/0.2025 = 4.9, or 5. However, 5 will leave the area looking like a mosaic.

The volume of a 300mm diameter by 600mm deep cylinder is: 42,412,000 mm3

first lets convert m to mm.we know, 1 m=1000 mm. 5 m =5000 mm and 8m=8000mm. Now, no.of paving slab = area of flags /area of slab . =5000 X8000/450 x 450. =197.5 = 197 slabs.

A 600mm x 600mm x 50mm concrete slab would weigh approximately 108 kg or 238 lbs, assuming a density of concrete around 2,400 kg/m^3 or 150 lbs/ft^3.

2 hours, at least

450 times 450 equals 202500 bro. METH STRIKES AGAIN. Nobody likes you, math, go away

On a hilltop, dig deep rectangular holes in the earth. Drag stone slabs to the holes, stand them up and drop them into the holes. Slide the "table top" slabs over the buried slabs, placing them carefully. Remove the dirt! (This would explain why the fallen slabs were never re-erected, even after centuries of advanced architectural techniques).

A vexillologist would study flags, including their history, design, and symbolism. They may also analyze the cultural and political significance of flags in society.

No. 196 divided by 8 is 24.5. You would have to have 198 or 194 flags.

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