Q: How many bricks for a 10 x 10 patio?

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Depends on the size of the bricks.

If the bricks are in feet then 51/2 bricks would be needed.

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Assuming the 12x12 bricks are 12 feet on each side, those are 144 square feet. The patio itself is 76 square feet. Unless you made a typo, not even one of those bricks is going to fit on the patio; you end up with about 0.5278 bricks.

One. At 16 x 16, the paver is bigger than the patio which is only 14 x 10.

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Depends on the size of the bricks.

If the bricks are in feet then 51/2 bricks would be needed.

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About 240 three inch by eight inch bricks would be need for create a ten foot by four foot patio. It would be preferable to purchase another 24 or 10 percent more for wastage.

488 bricks.

450 bricks

432 x 12 inch x 12 inch bricks for an area 18 feet x 24 feet

Assuming the 12x12 bricks are 12 feet on each side, those are 144 square feet. The patio itself is 76 square feet. Unless you made a typo, not even one of those bricks is going to fit on the patio; you end up with about 0.5278 bricks.

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81. 12 feet = 144 in, which is exactly 9 x 16. 9 - 16" bricks on a side, 9 x 9 = 81 bricks.

One. At 16 x 16, the paver is bigger than the patio which is only 14 x 10.

2700 4" x 8" bricks (plus 10% waste)