Q: How many tonns of tarmac do you need to tarmac 30sq meters of drive?

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cm is 0.23m, 11cm is 0.11m .23 x .11 is the area of 1 brick = 0.0253m2 30/.0253 = 1185.77 bricks, assuming they all fit perfectly, which is unlikely

There is no square feet by square feet. But if you mean 30 ft by 96 ft that would be 2880 ft2

It depends on the size of wall and the colour used . If coating a dark with a light colour youll need 50% more to add a mist coat before applying the final 2 coats. On average 2.5 litres will covers 30sq mtrs. But thats over a similar colour as a base

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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cm is 0.23m, 11cm is 0.11m .23 x .11 is the area of 1 brick = 0.0253m2 30/.0253 = 1185.77 bricks, assuming they all fit perfectly, which is unlikely

There is no square feet by square feet. But if you mean 30 ft by 96 ft that would be 2880 ft2

It depends on the size of wall and the colour used . If coating a dark with a light colour youll need 50% more to add a mist coat before applying the final 2 coats. On average 2.5 litres will covers 30sq mtrs. But thats over a similar colour as a base

30 x 45 what? inches, mm's. trick question :) If simply feet, length times width. 30sq. ft. x 45sq. ft. = 1350sq. ft.

pythagoreon thereom 34sq - 30sq = 256 sqrt = 16 base 16+16 = 32 half length of base = SQR(34^2 - 30^2) =SQR(1156-900) =SQR(256) =16 base length = 2x 16=32

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).