Q: How much stone dust do you need to put for a 140 square feet patio?

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The perimeter of the patio is 24 feet.

You need 100 12 by 12 inch stones to cover a 10 x 10 foot patio. Since the area of the patio is 10' by 10' = 100 square feet, and each stone is 1 foot * 1 foot = 1 square foot, 100 square feet divided by 1 square foot = 100.

100 square feet (10 x 10 = 100).

area = length x width area = 90 feet 10 feet x 9 feet = 90 square feet.

The number of pavers you will need will be basd on the size of your patio. You should measure the square feet of your patio.

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The perimeter of the patio is 24 feet.

225 square feet

You need 100 12 by 12 inch stones to cover a 10 x 10 foot patio. Since the area of the patio is 10' by 10' = 100 square feet, and each stone is 1 foot * 1 foot = 1 square foot, 100 square feet divided by 1 square foot = 100.

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8 feet

A square patio? if so, and one side is 8 ft. then it is 64 ft square

To calculate the area of the patio in square inches, we first convert the dimensions to inches (12 ft = 144 in, 14 ft = 168 in). The patio's area is therefore 24,192 square inches. Each 8-inch paving stone covers 64 square inches, so divide the total area by 64 to find that you'll need 378 paving stones to pave the patio.

200 square feet. To calculate square feet simply multiply length by width - the result is the area in square feet.

360 square feet !

80 square feet

30 square yards.

25 square yards.