Q: What is the area of one brick?

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The area of Ashfield Brick Pits is 6,000.0 square meters.

To do this you would need to know the area of a brick and the area of the wall. Then you divide the area of the wall by the area of a brick. There are approximately 60 bricks per square metre.

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You would also need to know what area each brick covers. Or what is the length and width of each brick - you can then figure out the area from that.

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To calculate the surface area of a brick, you would find the surface area for each of the 6 sides, then add them together. To find the surface area of one of the faces/sides, you would multiply the length of the face in question by the width of that same face. If this is a regular brick, then the sides should match up, meaning if you do one side, then the opposite side should be the same surface area. To find the volume, you multiply the height of the brick by the length of the brick by the width of the brick.

The area of Ashfield Brick Pits is 6,000.0 square meters.

The pressure exerted by a brick is the same regardless of whether it is on its side or end, as pressure is determined by the force applied over a given area. The weight of the brick remains constant, so the pressure it exerts also remains constant.

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To do this you would need to know the area of a brick and the area of the wall. Then you divide the area of the wall by the area of a brick. There are approximately 60 bricks per square metre.

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

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There is only one syllable in the word brick, as there is only one vowel.

The question does not specify the units used for the size of each brick. Assuming the brick's dimensions are given in inches, each brick covers 4" x 8" = 1/3 ft x 2/3 ft = 2/9 sq ft. Area to be covered = 320 sq ft so minimum number of bricks required = 320 / (2/9) = 1440 bricks. That answer assumes that the area to be covered is well behaved and that all offcuts are used.

You would also need to know what area each brick covers. Or what is the length and width of each brick - you can then figure out the area from that.

it depends on what type of brick it is