Q: How much sand and cerment do you need to do 9ft plus 10ft at 4in thick?

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12 ft x 10 ft x .333 ft (4 in) = 39.96 cu ft. You need enough concrete for 40 cubic ft.

It depends on the size of the bricks and their orientation.

You will need 200 cubic feet.

52 tiles (with a bit left over !)

You can't answer how many tile you need since the size of the tile wasn't provided in the question. You will need 100 square feet of tile to cover the area and 10 square feet extra for cuts, breaks, and mistakes. Buy 110 square feet of tile.

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12 ft x 10 ft x .333 ft (4 in) = 39.96 cu ft. You need enough concrete for 40 cubic ft.

12 ft x 10 ft x .333 ft (4 in) = 39.96 cu ft. You need enough concrete for 40 cubic ft.

apperintly u dont now it is 10ft

10ft X 10ft = 100sq ft /9 = 11.11 sq yds

You would need about 5 cubic yards. Gravel is usually sold by the ton. I do not know that conversion. Who ever would deliver it for you should be able to help. If I were using crushed concrete I would use 15 tons... but I can not spread it 1" thick either.

It depends on the size of the bricks and their orientation.

Assuming you use the standard 4" depth, you will need at least 1.75 cubic yards.

Approximately 24.7 cubic yards or 31.7 tons of gravel.

you would need a space suit....

A sloth needs a lot of space, if you keep it in a cage it needs to be at least 7ft wide, 5 ft tall and about 10ft long.

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