Q: What is the cost of a block retaining per piece?

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1 yard = 36 in → cost per in = 58.82/yd ÷ 36 in/yd → cost per 13.6 in piece = 13.6 in × 58.82/yd ÷ 36 in/yd ≈ 22.22

First, find the total area of the carpet piece. A = bh A = 12 x 37 A = 444 sq ft If the carpet sells for $.94 per sq ft, then the total cost is 444 x .94 = 417.36

The cost of construction per square foot is the same as the cost of an automobile per inch of length.

Generally in marketing, it is the cost per 1000 on a production run.

A mason may be able to do acc block but acc block cannot do mason.

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It all depends on the height, materials used and the length. If you can let me know what you'd like to use (i.e. retaining wall modular block, chopped stone, poured-in-place concrete) I can probably give you a pretty good idea.

1 yard = 36 in → cost per in = 58.82/yd ÷ 36 in/yd → cost per 13.6 in piece = 13.6 in × 58.82/yd ÷ 36 in/yd ≈ 22.22

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Way to much!

Price per piece means that an individual piece/item is priced as shown. E.g. Walkers Crisps Price per packet (piece/item): 30p Therefor 10 packets would cost £3.00.

The average cost per square foot to build a home in Kelowna is $1,500. This information is as of 2013 and is for a graded home with massive retaining walls.

Depends on the type. Show Low Block charges $2.11 per block for terra split face.

thirty seven and 1/2 cents per foot

Well the Pewter price per ounce cost more than Copper, if it does not have Lead it can cost more that Silver; if it is a Collection arts piece it can cost more that yellow Gold; well depending on the pure alloys they use ! One piece of Pewter one ounce can cost $10 and another piece can cost one time or 5 time more that yellow Gold the depending of the collector; if the piece has over 50 to 200 years old; or depending of the artwork ! this is for the best interest to the Consumer "For Real" see web. page: " Living Life Enterprises Presents."

If the cost relationship is linear no matter how many pieces are built or ordered, then take 110 US dollars divided by the 800 pieces it would buy to get .1375 cents cost per piece. Now that we know how much 1 piece would cost you can multiply it by whatever quantity you want. So 200 pieces times the .1375 cents cost per one piece equals $27.50.

The unit price is 9.0726 (approx) per pound.

First, find the total area of the carpet piece. A = bh A = 12 x 37 A = 444 sq ft If the carpet sells for $.94 per sq ft, then the total cost is 444 x .94 = 417.36