Q: How many 12 inch pavers for a 200 square foot patio?

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12 time 12 inches = 1 square foot (as there are 12 inches in a foot) 10 times 8 feet = 80 square feet 80 square feet divided by 1 square foot = 80 pavers.

12 x 8 = 96 !

119.808 or about 120

155 Get 170 to be safe.

Patio is 96 inches each side. If you do not intend to get into jigsaw puzzles you will need 5 pavers per side, a total of 25. These will cover an area 100 x 100 inches

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12 time 12 inches = 1 square foot (as there are 12 inches in a foot) 10 times 8 feet = 80 square feet 80 square feet divided by 1 square foot = 80 pavers.

3 inches is 1/4 of a foot, 6 inches is 1/2 a foot. So eight pavers can be arranged within a square foot. (The four 3-inch widths of the pavers will form two opposite edges of the square, and the two 6-inch lengths will form the other edges of the square.) You need 12 x 12 = 144 square feet of patio stones and each of these square feet need eight pavers. Then the total number needed is12 x 12 x 8 = 1152

12 x 8 = 96 !

119.808 or about 120

158 of them. Get extra for breakage.

155 Get 170 to be safe.

Patio is 96 inches each side. If you do not intend to get into jigsaw puzzles you will need 5 pavers per side, a total of 25. These will cover an area 100 x 100 inches

In a perfect world, 225 will do it. In real life, better buy about 300

53 and 1/3 paving slabs exactly.

Assuming a 10 foot by 14 foot patio. Since the pavers are 2 feet by 2 feet you will need 5 to cover the 10 foot width and 7 to cover the 14 foot length the overall answer is 5 x 7 = 35

There are 12 inches in a foot. Therefore the 24 inch pavers are 2 foot pavers each with an area of 2*2 = 4 square feet. The area to be paved measures 10*2 = 20 square feet. Therefore you will need 20/4 = 5 pavers.

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