Q: How many sheets of 4' X 8' plywood are needed for a 24' X 36' floor system?

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You will need 12.5 sheets of 4x8 plywood.

To cover a rectangle-shaped floor measuring 16x12, you will need 6 4x8 sheets of plywood. Arrange the sheets so that the longer side of the sheets line up along the longer edge of the floor.

One, if it is big enough.

Six sheets exactly

First find the area of the floor and then the sheet of wood. 16*12=192 4*8=32 192/32=6 you need six sheets of plywood.

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You will need 12.5 sheets of 4x8 plywood.

To cover a rectangle-shaped floor measuring 16x12, you will need 6 4x8 sheets of plywood. Arrange the sheets so that the longer side of the sheets line up along the longer edge of the floor.

One, if it is big enough.

Six sheets exactly

First find the area of the floor and then the sheet of wood. 16*12=192 4*8=32 192/32=6 you need six sheets of plywood.

Multiply the width by the length, for area. So, 16x12=192Answer:American measured plywood comes in 4x8 sheets. The floor would be 2 sheets long (2x8=16) and 3 sheets wide (4x3=12) so you would need 3x2=6 sheets.

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That depends entirely on the size of the sheets !

If each sheet of plywood measures 4x8 feet, then each sheet covers an area of 32 square feet. To find the number of sheets needed to cover the floor, divide the total area of the floor (40 feet x 28 feet = 1,120 square feet) by the area covered by each sheet (32 square feet). Therefore, 35 sheets of plywood are needed to completely cover the floor.

Assuming you mean sheets measuring 4 feet x 8 feet... Six sheets exactly.

6 sheets each sheet is 32 sq ft

I think Approximatly 6 sheets of 4x8 plywood