You need the dimensions of the bricks.
400 Square Feet.
Each tile will cover 2 square feet. You have 64 square feet. You will need 32 tiles.
One bag would cover 250 square feet to a depth of 1/125 = 0.008 feet = 0.96 inches.
Knowing how many square yards in feet will cover when working with depths up to six inches, in important to know, especially in construction. There will be 54 square feet when you have a depth of six inches.
It depends how thin the cubic feet are. If they are 1 foot thick: 21,000 cubic feet. If they are 3 feet thick: 63,000 cubic feet will cover 21,000 square feet.
Probably 6 or 7 It all depends upon what size brick you are opting for. For Size of a brick 8x4x4 inches , four bricks per square feet.
The answer depends on how big each brick is.
It depends on the one brick size
Tiles that are two feet on a side cover 4 square feet. 378 of them cover 1512 square feet.
A bundle of Shingles will cover roughly 33 square feet. A square of Shingles (3 Bundles) will cover 100 square feet.
Assuming it's 4x8 inches, then one brick = 1/3 feet * 2/3 feet, so the area of a brick is 2feet2/9. 120 feet2/(2feet2/9) = 540 bricks
"Square feet" aren't things that are used to cover area."35 square feet" is an amount of area that you have to cover with something.
How many square feet will a ton of salt cover?
Three square feet would cover one square yard or 36 square inches.
9 square feet.
19 squares will cover 1900 square feet.
The fertilizer will cover a square plot 20 feet by 20 feet.