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Q: How many 16 x 16 patio pavers are needed to make a 10 x 10 stone patio?

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15 x 15 = 225 sqft, each paver is 1 sqft so 225.

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let me try to understand what you mean; 20ft x 25ft area to be covered by 6"x6" pavers 20x25 is 500sq ft. 6"x6" is .25sq ft. 500/.25= 2000

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

It is assumed that all measurements are in the same units since there is n indication in the question as to what they might be. In that case, one paver will be enough.

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If both items are measured in inches or feet, the half is the answer. Without more info. this cannot be answered.

15 x 15 = 225 sqft, each paver is 1 sqft so 225.

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8X14=112

let me try to understand what you mean; 20ft x 25ft area to be covered by 6"x6" pavers 20x25 is 500sq ft. 6"x6" is .25sq ft. 500/.25= 2000

81 pavers (each 16 inches square) would be needed. 12 foot x 12 foot = 144 inches x 144 inches = 20,736 in2 16 inches x 16 inches = 256 in2 20,736/256 = 81

All you need to do is multiply 4 by 8. The answer is 32 tiles. Buy a few extra in case of breakage.

I saw in a magazine that you can make your own patio pavers. Is there an online resource for that?

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